ПРОЕКТНОЕ ПРЕДЛОЖЕНИЕ: АВТОМАТИЗИРОВАННЫЙ ПОДХОД К РЕКОМЕНДАТЕЛЬНЫМ СИСТЕМАМ
In this paper, we analyze effective methods of multi-label classification of image sets in development of visual recommender systems. We propose a two-step algorithm, which at the first step performs fine-tuning of a convolutional neural network for extraction of visual features. At the second stage, the algorithm concatenates the obtained feature vectors of each image from the input set into one descriptor using modifications of a neural aggregation module based on linear squeezing of the feature space and an attention mechanism. We perform an experimental study for the dataset Amazon Product Data solving a problem of classification of customer interests based on photos of the products they have purchased. We show that one of the highest F1-measure indicators can be achieved for a one-level attention block with squeezing of the feature vectors.
This article represents different techniques for building fast recommender systems based on dimension reduction and classification of web-site usage data. Description of different web-site types that use recommender systems is provided.
In this paper, we explain how Galois connection and related operators between sets of users and items naturally arise in user-item data for forming neighbourhoods of a target user or item for Collabora- tive Filtering. We compare the properties of these operators and their ap- plicability in simple collaborative user-to-user and item-to-item setting. Moreover, we propose a new neighbourhood-forming operator based on pair-wise similarity ranking of users, which takes intermediate place be- tween the studied closure operators and its relaxations in terms of neigh- bourhood size and demonstrates comparatively good Precision-Recall trade-off. In addition, we compare the studied neighbourhood-forming operators in the collaborative filtering setting against simple but strong benchmark, the SlopeOne algorithm, over bimodal cross-validation on MovieLens dataset.
In this paper we show how several similarity measures can be combined for finding similarity between a pair of users for performing Collaborative Filtering in Recommender Systems. Through aggregation of several measures we find super similar and super dissimilar user pairs and assign a different similarity value for these types of pairs. We also introduce another type of similarity relationship which we call medium similar user pairs and use traditional JMSD for assigning similarity values for them. By experimentation with real data we show that our method for finding similarity by aggregation performs better than each of the similarity metrics. Moreover, as we apply all the traditional metrics in the same setting, we can assess their relative performance
Proceedings of Machine Learning Research: Volume 97: International Conference on Machine Learning, 9-15 June 2019, Long Beach, California, USA
In this paper we focus on the problem of multi-label image recognition for visually-aware recommender systems. We propose a two stage approach in which a deep convolutional neural network is firstly fine-tuned on a part of the training set. Secondly, an attention-based aggregation network is trained to compute the weighted average of visual features in an input image set. Our approach is implemented as a mobile fashion recommender system application. It is experimentally show on the Amazon Fashion dataset that our approach achieves an F1-measure of 0.58 for 15 recommendations, which is twice as good as the 0.25 F1-measure for conventional averaging of feature vectors.
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This article represents different techniques for building fast recommender systems based on collaborative filtering. Description of different ways to collect web-usage data is provided.