A web recommender system based on dynamic sampling of user information access behaviors
|A web recommender system based on dynamic sampling of user information access behaviors|
|Author(s)||Chen J., Shtykh R.Y., Jin Q.|
|Published in||Proceedings - IEEE 9th International Conference on Computer and Information Technology, CIT 2009|
|Keyword(s)||Data mining, Dynamic sampling, Gradual adaption, Information recommendation, Wikipedia (Extra: Bayesian estimations, Concept class, Dynamic sampling, Experimental simulations, Information access, Information recommendation, New approaches, ON dynamics, Recommender systems, Three-term, User information, Wikipedia, Bayesian networks, Information technology, Data processing)|
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A web recommender system based on dynamic sampling of user information access behaviors is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Chen J., Shtykh R.Y., Jin Q. and published in Proceedings - IEEE 9th International Conference on Computer and Information Technology, CIT 2009.
In this study, we propose a Gradual Adaption Model for a Web recommender system. This model is used to track users' focus of interests and its transition by analyzing their information access behaviors, and recommend appropriate information. A set of concept classes are extracted from Wikipedia. The pages accessed by users are classified by the concept classes, and grouped into three terms of short, medium and long periods, and two categories of remarkable and exceptional for each concept class, which are used to describe users' focus of interests, and to establish reuse probability of each concept class in each term for each user by Full Bayesian Estimation as well. According to the reuse probability and period, the information that a user is likely to be interested in is recommended. In this paper, we propose a new approach by which short and medium periods are determined based on dynamic sampling of user information access behaviors. We further present experimental simulation results, and show the validity and effectiveness of the proposed system.
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