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Language Models of Collaborative Filtering

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Language Models of Collaborative Filtering
Abstract. Collaborative filtering is a major technique to make personalized recommendations about information items (movies, books, webpages etc) to individual users. In the literature, a common research objective is to predict unknown ratings of items for a user, on the condition that the user has explicitly rated a certain amount of items. Nevertheless, in many practical situations, we may only have implicit evidence of user preferences, such as “playback times of a music file” or “visiting frequency of a web-site”. Most importantly, a more practical view of the recommendation task is to directly generate a top-N ranked list of items that the user is most likely to like. In this paper, we take these two concerns into account. Item ranking in recommender systems is considered as a task highly related to document ranking in text retrieval. Firstly, two practical item scoring functions are derived by adopting the generative language modelling approach of text retrieval. Second...
Jun Wang
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where AIRS
Authors Jun Wang
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