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Exploring Long-term Behavior Patterns in a Book Recommendation System for Reading

  title={Exploring Long-term Behavior Patterns in a Book Recommendation System for Reading},
  author={Tzu-Chao Chien and Zhi-Hong Chen and T. W. Chan},
  journal={J. Educ. Technol. Soc.},
Introduction Book recommendation between students has the potential to enhance reading interest and ability (Chien, Chen, Ko, Ku, & Chan, 2015). The recommendation process encourages students to share and discuss what they have read, thus helping to create and foster a good reading atmosphere within the class (Larson, 2009). A book recommendation system can provide students with an opportunity to review what they have read by retelling, based on their own individual understanding and… 

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