Recommendations Based on Social Links

@inproceedings{Lee2018RecommendationsBO,
  title={Recommendations Based on Social Links},
  author={Danielle Hyunsook Lee and Peter Brusilovsky},
  booktitle={Social Information Access},
  year={2018}
}
The goal of this chapter is to give an overview of recent works on the development of social link-based recommender systems and to offer insights on related issues, as well as future directions for research. Among several kinds of social recommendations, this chapter focuses on recommendations, which are based on users’ self-defined (i.e., explicit) social links and suggest items, rather than people of interest. The chapter starts by reviewing the needs for social link-based recommendations and… 

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