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by earl, 5200 days ago
"One of the best ways to find useful information is to find someone who has interests similar to yours and ask them for recommendations. 'Collaborative filtering' is a way of mechanizing this form of information search."
To get an idea about the practical implementation of CF systems, today, I suggest reading "Amazon.com Recommendations: Item-to-Item Collaborative Filtering". If you want to dive into more theoretic aspects, have a look at James Thornton's collection of "Collaborative Filtering Research Papers", read Alexander Chislenko's visionary paper "Automated Collaborative Filtering and Semantic Transports" or have a look at my BSc project "Collaborative Filtering - State of Research and Applicability for Knowledge Sharing" (soon to be avail online :).
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