Designing novel review ranking systems: predicting the usefulness and impact of reviews

@inproceedings{Ghose2007DesigningNR,
  title={Designing novel review ranking systems: predicting the usefulness and impact of reviews},
  author={Anindya Ghose and Panagiotis G. Ipeirotis},
  booktitle={ICEC},
  year={2007}
}
With the rapid growth of the Internet, users' ability to publish content has created active electronic communities that provide a wealth of product information. Consumers naturally gravitate to reading reviews in order to decide whether to buy a product. However, the high volume of reviews that are typically published for a single product makes it harder for individuals to locate the best reviews and understand the true underlying quality of a product based on the reviews. Similarly, the… CONTINUE READING
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