Knowledge-aware Dual-side Attribute-enhanced Recommendation

24 Mar 2024  ·  Taotian Pang, Xingyu Lou, Fei Zhao, Zhen Wu, Kuiyao Dong, Qiuying Peng, Yue Qi, Xinyu Dai ·

\textit{Knowledge-aware} recommendation methods (KGR) based on \textit{graph neural networks} (GNNs) and \textit{contrastive learning} (CL) have achieved promising performance. However, they fall short in modeling fine-grained user preferences and further fail to leverage the \textit{preference-attribute connection} to make predictions, leading to sub-optimal performance. To address the issue, we propose a method named \textit{\textbf{K}nowledge-aware \textbf{D}ual-side \textbf{A}ttribute-enhanced \textbf{R}ecommendation} (KDAR). Specifically, we build \textit{user preference representations} and \textit{attribute fusion representations} upon the attribute information in knowledge graphs, which are utilized to enhance \textit{collaborative filtering} (CF) based user and item representations, respectively. To discriminate the contribution of each attribute in these two types of attribute-based representations, a \textit{multi-level collaborative alignment contrasting} mechanism is proposed to align the importance of attributes with CF signals. Experimental results on four benchmark datasets demonstrate the superiority of KDAR over several state-of-the-art baselines. Further analyses verify the effectiveness of our method. The code of KDAR is released at: \href{}{}.

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