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Multimodal Fusion Context-aware Semi-supervised Recommendation Method

Version 1 : Received: 17 August 2022 / Approved: 19 August 2022 / Online: 19 August 2022 (03:07:04 CEST)

How to cite: Pham, S.; Kamen, A.; P Alarcón, J.; Hachulla, Y. Multimodal Fusion Context-aware Semi-supervised Recommendation Method. Preprints 2022, 2022080353 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202208.0353.v1). Pham, S.; Kamen, A.; P Alarcón, J.; Hachulla, Y. Multimodal Fusion Context-aware Semi-supervised Recommendation Method. Preprints 2022, 2022080353 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202208.0353.v1).

Abstract

The advent of the era of big data will bring more convenience to people and greater development to society. But at the same time, it will also bring people the problem of 'information overload', i.e., when people are faced with huge information data, there are many redundant and worthless data. The redundant and worthless data information seriously interferes with the accurate selection of information data. Even though people can use Internet search engines to access information data, they cannot meet the individual needs of specific users in specific contexts. The personalized needs of a particular user in a particular context. Therefore, how to find useful and valuable information quickly has become one of the key issues in the development of big data. With the advent of the era of big data, recommendation systems, as an important technology to alleviate information overload, have been widely used in the field of e-commerce. Recommender systems suffer from a key problem: data sparsity. The sparsity of user history rating data causes insufficient training of collaborative filtering recommendation models, which leads to a significant decrease in the accuracy of recommendations. In fact, traditional recommendation systems tend to focus on scoring information and ignore the contextual context in which users interact. There are various contextual modal information in people's real life, which also plays an important role in the recommendation process. In this paper we achieve data degradation and feature extraction, solving the problem of sparse data in the recommendation process. An interaction context-aware sub-model is constructed based on a tensor decomposition model with interaction context information to model the specific influence of interaction context in the recommendation process. Then an attribute context-aware sub-model is constructed based on the matrix decomposition model and using attribute context information to model the influence of user attribute contexts and item attribute contexts on recommendations. In the process of building the model, the method not only utilizes the explicit feedback rating information of users in the original dataset, but also utilizes the interaction context and attribute context information of the implicit feedback and the unlabeled rating data. We evaluate our model by extensive experiments. The results illustrate the effectiveness of our recommender model.

Keywords

recommender; multimodal; context-aware

Subject

MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER SCIENCE, Information Technology & Data Management

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