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A probabilistic music recommender considering user opinions and audio features

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A probabilistic music recommender considering user opinions and audio features
A recommender system has an obvious appeal in an environment where the amount of on-line information vastly outstrips any individual’s capability to survey. Music recommendation is considered a popular application area. In order to make personalized recommendations, many collaborative music recommender systems (CMRS) focus on capturing precise similarities among users or items based on user historical ratings. Despite the valuable information from audio features of music itself, however, few studies have investigated how to utilize information extracted directly from music for personalized recommendation in CMRS. In this paper, we describe a CMRS based on our proposed item-based probabilistic model, where items are classified into groups and predictions are made for users considering the Gaussian distribution of user ratings. In addition, this model has been extended for improved recommendation performance by utilizing audio features that help alleviate three well-known problems as...
Qing Li, Sung-Hyon Myaeng, Byeong Man Kim
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where IPM
Authors Qing Li, Sung-Hyon Myaeng, Byeong Man Kim
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