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Relation-aware Meta-learning for Market Segment Demand Prediction with Limited Records

@article{Shi2020RelationawareMF,
  title={Relation-aware Meta-learning for Market Segment Demand Prediction with Limited Records},
  author={Jiatu Shi and Huaxiu Yao and Xian Wu and Tong Li and Zedong Lin and Tengfei Wang and Binqiang Zhao and Zhenhui Jessie Li},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2008.00181}
}
Recently, E-commerce platforms have extensive impacts on our human life. To provide an efficient platform, one of the most fundamental problem is how to balance the demand and supply in market segments. While conventional machine learning models have achieved a great success on data-sufficient segments, it may fail in a large-portion of segments in E-commerce platforms, where there are not sufficient records to learn well-trained models. In this paper, we tackle this problem in the context of… 

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