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Title: Collaborative recommenderation based on statistical implication rules
Authors: Phan, Nghia Quoc
Dang, Phuong Hoai
Huynh, Hiep Xuan
Keywords: Statistical implication rules
Association rules
Collaborative filtering recommender system
Statistical implicative analysis
Issue Date: 2017
Series/Report no.: Journal of Computer Science and Cybernetics;Vol. 33 No. 03 .- P.247–262
Abstract: In recent researches, many approaches based on association rules have been proposed to improve the accuracy of recommender systems. These approaches are primarily based on Apriori data mining algorithm in order to generate the association rules and apply them to improving the recommendation results. However, these approaches also reveal some disadvantages of the system, such as taking a longer time for generating association rules; applying the Apriori algorithm on rating sparse matrix resulting in irrelevant information and causing poor recommendation results to target users and association rules generated primarily relying on given threshold of Support and Confidence measures leading to the focus on the majority of rules and ignoring the astonishment of rules to affect the recommendation results. In this study, we propose a new model for collaborative filtering recommender systems: The collaborative recommendation is based on statistical implication rules (IIR); Differently from collaborative recommendation based on association rules (AR), the IIR predicts the items for users based on statistical implication rules generated from rating matrix and Implication intensity measures measuring the surprisingness of rules. To evaluate the effectiveness of the model, in the experimental section, we implement the model on three real datasets and compare the results with some different effective models. The results show that the IIR has higher precision on the experimental datasets.
ISSN: 1813-9663
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