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A Stochastic Model for Collaborative Recommendation

@article{Biau2009ASM,
  title={A Stochastic Model for Collaborative Recommendation},
  author={G{\'e}rard Biau and Beno{\^i}t Cadre and Laurent Rousset Rouviere},
  journal={arXiv: Machine Learning},
  year={2009}
}
Collaborative recommendation is an information-filtering technique that attempts to present information items (movies, music, books, news, images, Web pages, etc.) that are likely of interest to the Internet user. Traditionally, collaborative systems deal with situations with two types of variables, users and items. In its most common form, the problem is framed as trying to estimate ratings for items that have not yet been consumed by a user. Despite wide-ranging literature, little is known… 

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