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Similarity Measures used in Recommender Systems : A Study

@inproceedings{Agarwal2017SimilarityMU,
  title={Similarity Measures used in Recommender Systems : A Study},
  author={Ajay Agarwal and Minakshi Chauhan and Ghaziabad},
  year={2017}
}
Information is growing exponentially over the Internet. User gets confused while seeing so many items over the Internet to decide which one to buy. In this scenario filtering of available information is essential to suggest user about items and tell what other users recommend. One user will set his mind to buy only if many like-minded users like a particular item. To get the group of similar users or items the vendor has to find similarity among them by quantifying their recommendations. This… 

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