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Personalized TV Recommendation: Fusing User Behavior and Preferences

Aug 30, 2020
Sheng-Chieh Lin, Ting-Wei Lin, Jing-Kai Lou, Ming-Feng Tsai, Chuan-Ju Wang

In this paper, we propose a two-stage ranking approach for recommending linear TV programs. The proposed approach first leverages user viewing patterns regarding time and TV channels to identify potential candidates for recommendation and then further leverages user preferences to rank these candidates given textual information about programs. To evaluate the method, we conduct empirical studies on a real-world TV dataset, the results of which demonstrate the superior performance of our model in terms of both recommendation accuracy and time efficiency.

* 8 pages 

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AutoRec: An Automated Recommender System

Jun 26, 2020
Ting-Hsiang Wang, Qingquan Song, Xiaotian Han, Zirui Liu, Haifeng Jin, Xia Hu

Realistic recommender systems are often required to adapt to ever-changing data and tasks or to explore different models systematically. To address the need, we present AutoRec, an open-source automated machine learning (AutoML) platform extended from the TensorFlow ecosystem and, to our knowledge, the first framework to leverage AutoML for model search and hyperparameter tuning in deep recommendation models. AutoRec also supports a highly flexible pipeline that accommodates both sparse and dense inputs, rating prediction and click-through rate (CTR) prediction tasks, and an array of recommendation models. Lastly, AutoRec provides a simple, user-friendly API. Experiments conducted on the benchmark datasets reveal AutoRec is reliable and can identify models which resemble the best model without prior knowledge.


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Content-Based Personalized Recommender System Using Entity Embeddings

Oct 24, 2020
Xavier Thomas

Recommender systems are a class of machine learning algorithms that provide relevant recommendations to a user based on the user's interaction with similar items or based on the content of the item. In settings where the content of the item is to be preserved, a content-based approach would be beneficial. This paper aims to highlight the advantages of the content-based approach through learned embeddings and leveraging these advantages to provide better and personalised movie recommendations based on user preferences to various movie features such as genre and keyword tags.

* 2 Pages, 1 figure 

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Price and Profit Awareness in Recommender Systems

Jul 25, 2017
Dietmar Jannach, Gediminas Adomavicius

Academic research in the field of recommender systems mainly focuses on the problem of maximizing the users' utility by trying to identify the most relevant items for each user. However, such items are not necessarily the ones that maximize the utility of the service provider (e.g., an online retailer) in terms of the business value, such as profit. One approach to increasing the providers' utility is to incorporate purchase-oriented information, e.g., the price, sales probabilities, and the resulting profit, into the recommendation algorithms. In this paper we specifically focus on price- and profit-aware recommender systems. We provide a brief overview of the relevant literature and use numerical simulations to illustrate the potential business benefit of such approaches.

* Presented at the 2017 Workshop on Value-Aware and Multi-Stakeholder Recommendation (VAMS) collocated with ACM RecSys 2017 

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Why should I not follow you? Reasons For and Reasons Against in Responsible Recommender Systems

Sep 08, 2020
Gustavo Padilha Polleti, Douglas Luan de Souza, Fabio Cozman

A few Recommender Systems (RS) resort to explanations so as to enhance trust in recommendations. However, current techniques for explanation generation tend to strongly uphold the recommended products instead of presenting both reasons for and reasons against them. We argue that an RS can better enhance overall trust and transparency by frankly displaying both kinds of reasons to users.We have developed such an RS by exploiting knowledge graphs and by applying Snedegar's theory of practical reasoning. We show that our implemented RS has excellent performance and we report on an experiment with human subjects that shows the value of presenting both reasons for and against, with significant improvements in trust, engagement, and persuasion.

* 6 pages, 4 figures, ACM Recsys 2020, 3rd FAccTRec Workshop: Responsible Recommendation 

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Drug Recommendation toward Safe Polypharmacy

Mar 08, 2018
Wen-Hao Chiang, Li Shen, Lang Li, Xia Ning

Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) induced from high-order drug-drug interactions (DDIs) due to polypharmacy represent a significant public health problem. In this paper, we formally formulate the to-avoid and safe (with respect to ADRs) drug recommendation problems when multiple drugs have been taken simultaneously. We develop a joint model with a recommendation component and an ADR label prediction component to recommend for a prescription a set of to-avoid drugs that will induce ADRs if taken together with the prescription. We also develop real drug-drug interaction datasets and corresponding evaluation protocols. Our experimental results on real datasets demonstrate the strong performance of the joint model compared to other baseline methods.


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Learning Recommendations While Influencing Interests

Mar 23, 2018
Rahul Meshram, D. Manjunath, Nikhil Karamchandani

Personalized recommendation systems (RS) are extensively used in many services. Many of these are based on learning algorithms where the RS uses the recommendation history and the user response to learn an optimal strategy. Further, these algorithms are based on the assumption that the user interests are rigid. Specifically, they do not account for the effect of learning strategy on the evolution of the user interests. In this paper we develop influence models for a learning algorithm that is used to optimally recommend websites to web users. We adapt the model of \cite{Ioannidis10} to include an item-dependent reward to the RS from the suggestions that are accepted by the user. For this we first develop a static optimisation scheme when all the parameters are known. Next we develop a stochastic approximation based learning scheme for the RS to learn the optimal strategy when the user profiles are not known. Finally, we describe several user-influence models for the learning algorithm and analyze their effect on the steady user interests and on the steady state optimal strategy as compared to that when the users are not influenced.

* 13 pages, submitted to conference 

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Top-N Recommender System via Matrix Completion

Jan 19, 2016
Zhao Kang, Chong Peng, Qiang Cheng

Top-N recommender systems have been investigated widely both in industry and academia. However, the recommendation quality is far from satisfactory. In this paper, we propose a simple yet promising algorithm. We fill the user-item matrix based on a low-rank assumption and simultaneously keep the original information. To do that, a nonconvex rank relaxation rather than the nuclear norm is adopted to provide a better rank approximation and an efficient optimization strategy is designed. A comprehensive set of experiments on real datasets demonstrates that our method pushes the accuracy of Top-N recommendation to a new level.

* AAAI 2016 

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Content-Based Citation Recommendation

Feb 22, 2018
Chandra Bhagavatula, Sergey Feldman, Russell Power, Waleed Ammar

We present a content-based method for recommending citations in an academic paper draft. We embed a given query document into a vector space, then use its nearest neighbors as candidates, and rerank the candidates using a discriminative model trained to distinguish between observed and unobserved citations. Unlike previous work, our method does not require metadata such as author names which can be missing, e.g., during the peer review process. Without using metadata, our method outperforms the best reported results on PubMed and DBLP datasets with relative improvements of over 18% in [email protected] and over 22% in MRR. We show empirically that, although adding metadata improves the performance on standard metrics, it favors self-citations which are less useful in a citation recommendation setup. We release an online portal (http://labs.semanticscholar.org/citeomatic/) for citation recommendation based on our method, and a new dataset OpenCorpus of 7 million research articles to facilitate future research on this task.

* NAACL 2018 

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