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    Title: 建構人脈社會網絡人才推薦系統之研究-以某國立大學EMBA人才庫為例
    Social network-based specialist recommendation system- a case of national university EMBA datebase
    Authors: 呂春美
    Lu, Chun-Mei
    Contributors: 楊建民
    Lu, Chun-Mei
    Keywords: 社會網絡
    Social Network
    Professional Profile
    Specialist Recommendation System
    Social Network Path
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2011-10-05 14:32:40 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 根據2010年人力銀行調查54%的尋找人才是以「工作分析」為主要依據,可見人才的遴選仍以經歷為主要因素。而近年來社會網絡與推薦系統普為應用於人才之找尋。
    本研究實際以某國立大學EMBA學員資料,以同學與同事關係建置一個人脈社會網絡之人才推薦系統。本系統能依據使用者所輸入之人才搜尋條件,藉由距離相似度之運算,找出最接近的所需人才,並依距離相似度排序。其次,本系統可由各成員學歷,工作經歷所在之產業別,以及在組織中任職之功能別,來呈現人才之專業輪廓(Professional Profile),以作為決策者在遴選人才之依據。並提供所有關係路徑,以利使用者可進一步的諮詢路徑上成員對於推薦人選之評價。
    According to the Job Bank survey in 2010, about 54% recruiters who search for specialist is mainly based on job analysis. This research is based on Social Network and Rcommendation system to build a relationship between the students and the colleagues with the personnel social network contacts, thus, a specialist recommendation system is constructed. First the system can compute the dissimilarity between the conditions users input and the background of people, find out the closest result required by sorting of similarity. Secondly, the professional profiles is established by the education background and work experiences (contain the various industries and position type), to serve as the basis for decision-makers in the selection of specialist. Besides, they can also inquire people from social network path for further appraisals of the candidate.
    The research is based on EMBA students totaled 2121 people, applying cluster analysis of data mining to build up the recommendation system, opposite to using key-word matching as a way to search people. Thus, the study can find the highest similar conditions demand of input. Via the associated social networks paths, to help users identify and use their own network to assess the recommend candidates.
    Finally, this study proposes conclusions, recommendations and future research directions.

    Keywords: Social Network , Similarity , Professional Profile , Specialist Recommendation System , Social Network Path
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