A Framework for Evaluation of Information Filtering Techniques in an Adaptive Recommender System

@inproceedings{ODonovan2004AFF,
  title={A Framework for Evaluation of Information Filtering Techniques in an Adaptive Recommender System},
  author={John O'Donovan and John Dunnion},
  booktitle={CICLing},
  year={2004}
}
This paper proposes that there is a substantial relative difference in the performance of information-filtering algorithms as they are applied to different datasets, and that these performance differences can be leveraged to form the basis of an Adaptive Information Filtering System. We classify five different datasets based on metrics such as sparsity, user-item ratio etc, and develop a regression function over these metrics in order to predict suitability of a particular recommendation… CONTINUE READING

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