Unifying nearest neighbors collaborative filtering

@inproceedings{Verstrepen2014UnifyingNN,
  title={Unifying nearest neighbors collaborative filtering},
  author={Koen Verstrepen and Bart Goethals},
  booktitle={RecSys '14},
  year={2014}
}
  • Koen Verstrepen, Bart Goethals
  • Published in RecSys '14 2014
  • Computer Science
  • We study collaborative filtering for applications in which there exists for every user a set of items about which the user has given binary, positive-only feedback (one-class collaborative filtering). Take for example an on-line store that knows all past purchases of every customer. An important class of algorithms for one-class collaborative filtering are the nearest neighbors algorithms, typically divided into user-based and item-based algorithms. We introduce a reformulation that unifies… CONTINUE READING

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