Fifty Shades of Ratings: How to Benefit from a Negative Feedback in Top-N Recommendations Tasks

14 Jul 2016Evgeny FrolovIvan Oseledets

Conventional collaborative filtering techniques treat a top-n recommendations problem as a task of generating a list of the most relevant items. This formulation, however, disregards an opposite - avoiding recommendations with completely irrelevant items... (read more)

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