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Institute of Software Technology and Interactive Systems
Vienna University of Technology
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Meta-search in Human Resource Management

Journal article
n the area of Human Resource Management, the trend is towards online exchange of information about human resources. For example, online applications for employment become standard and job offerings are posted in many job portals. However, there are too many job portals to monitor all of them if someone is interested in a new job. We developed a prototype for integrating information of different job portals into one meta-search engine. First, existing job portals were investigated and XML schema documents were derived automated from these portals. Second, translation rules for transforming each schema to a central HR-XML-conform schema were determined. The HR-XML-schema is used to build a form for searching jobs. The data supplied by a user in this form is now translated into queries for the different job portals. Each result obtained by a job portal is sent to the meta-search engine that ranks the result of all received job offers according to userĀ“s preferences.
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(Business Informatics)
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Information and Communication Technology
International Journal of Social Science, 1-2
105 - 110
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J. Dorn, T. Naz: <br>"<i><a href="http://www.waset.org/ijss/v1/v1-2-15.pdf" target="_blank" class="publist">Meta-search in Human Resource Management</a></i>"; <br>International Journal of Social Science (invited), <b>1</b> (2006), 2; 105 - 110.<br><br> <a href="https://publik.tuwien.ac.at/showentry.php?ID=174151&lang=2" class="publist"><i>More information</i></a><br><br>
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