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Improving Location Recommendation with Urban Knowledge Graph

@article{Liu2021ImprovingLR,
  title={Improving Location Recommendation with Urban Knowledge Graph},
  author={Chang Liu and Chen Gao and Depeng Jin and Yong Li},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2111.01013}
}
Location recommendation is defined as to recommend locations (POIs) to users in location-based services. The existing data-driving approaches of location recommendation suffer from the limitation of the implicit modeling of the geographical factor, which may lead to sub-optimal recommendation results. In this work, we address this problem by introducing knowledge-driven solutions. Specifically, we first construct the Urban Knowledge Graph (UrbanKG) with geographical information and functional… 

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