Comprehensive Personalized Ranking Using One-Bit Comparison Data

6 Jun 2019  ·  Aria Ameri, Arindam Bose, Mojtaba Soltanalian ·

The task of a personalization system is to recommend items or a set of items according to the users' taste, and thus predicting their future needs. In this paper, we address such personalized recommendation problems for which one-bit comparison data of user preferences for different items as well as the different user inclinations toward an item are available. We devise a comprehensive personalized ranking (CPR) system by employing a Bayesian treatment. We also provide a connection to the learning method with respect to the CPR optimization criterion to learn the underlying low-rank structure of the rating matrix based on the well-established matrix factorization method. Numerical results are provided to verify the performance of our algorithm.

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