ContentWise Impressions: An Industrial Dataset with Impressions Included

  title={ContentWise Impressions: An Industrial Dataset with Impressions Included},
  author={Fernando Benjam'in P'erez Maurera and Maurizio Ferrari Dacrema and L. Saule and M. Scriminaci and P. Cremonesi},
  journal={Proceedings of the 29th ACM International Conference on Information \& Knowledge Management},
In this article, we introduce the \dataset dataset, a collection of implicit interactions and impressions of movies and TV series from an Over-The-Top media service, which delivers its media contents over the Internet. The dataset is distinguished from other already available multimedia recommendation datasets by the availability of impressions, \idest the recommendations shown to the user, its size, and by being open-source. We describe the data collection process, the preprocessing applied… Expand

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