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Review-Based Cross-Domain Collaborative Filtering: A Neural Framework

  title={Review-Based Cross-Domain Collaborative Filtering: A Neural Framework},
  author={Thanh-Nam Doan and Shaghayegh Sherry Sahebi},
Cross-domain collaborative filtering recommenders exploit data from other domains (e.g., movie ratings) to predict users’ interests in a different target domain (e.g., suggest music). Most current crossdomain recommenders focus on modeling user ratings but pay limited attention to user reviews. Additionally, due to the complexity of these recommender systems, they cannot provide any information to users to support user decisions. To address these challenges, we propose Deep Hybrid Cross Domain… 

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