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A Long-Short Demands-Aware Model for Next-Item Recommendation

@article{Bai2019ALD,
  title={A Long-Short Demands-Aware Model for Next-Item Recommendation},
  author={Ting Bai and Pan Du and Wayne Xin Zhao and Ji-Rong Wen and Jian-Yun Nie},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1903.00066}
}
Recommending the right products is the central problem in recommender systems, but the right products should also be recommended at the right time to meet the demands of users, so as to maximize their values. Users' demands, implying strong purchase intents, can be the most useful way to promote products sales if well utilized. Previous recommendation models mainly focused on user's general interests to find the right products. However, the aspect of meeting users' demands at the right time has… Expand
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