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A survey of music recommendation and possible improvements

@inproceedings{OBryant2017ASO,
  title={A survey of music recommendation and possible improvements},
  author={Jacob O’Bryant},
  year={2017}
}
With the prevalence of the internet, mobile devices and commercial streaming music services, the amount of digital music available is greater than ever. Sorting through all this music is an extremely time-consuming task. Music recommendation systems search through this music automatically and suggest new songs to users. Music recommendation systems have been developed in commercial and academic settings, but more research is needed. The perfect system would handle all the user’s listening needs… Expand
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