Dhruv Parthasarathy

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Theory has focused on two leading models of social learning on networks: Bayesian and DeGroot rules of thumb learning. These models can yield greatly divergent behavior; individuals employing rules of thumb often double-count information and may not exhibit convergent behavior in the long run. By conducting a unique lab experiment in rural Karnataka, India,(More)
We propose a new algorithm for estimation, prediction, and recommendation named the collaborative Kalman filter. Suited for use in collaborative filtering settings encountered in recommendation systems with significant temporal dynamics in user preferences, the approach extends probabilistic matrix factorization in time through a state-space model. This(More)
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