A Bookmark Recommender System based on Social Bookmarking Services and Wikipedia Categories

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A Bookmark Recommender System based on Social Bookmarking Services and Wikipedia Categories
Authors
Takumi Yoshida
Ushio Inoue
Publication date
2013
DOI
10.1109/SNPD.2013.3
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A Bookmark Recommender System based on Social Bookmarking Services and Wikipedia Categories - scientific work related to Wikipedia quality published in 2013, written by Takumi Yoshida and Ushio Inoue.

Overview

Social book marking services allow users to add bookmarks of web pages with freely chosen keywords as tags. Personalized recommender systems recommend new and useful bookmarks added by other users. Authors propose a new method to find similar users and to select relevant bookmarks in a social book marking service. Authors method is lightweight, because it uses a small set of important tags for each user to find useful bookmarks to recommend. Authors method is also powerful, because it employs the Wikipedia category database to deal with the diversity of tags among users. The evaluation using the Hatena bookmark service in Japan shows that method significantly increases the number of relevant bookmarks recommended without notable increase of irrelevant bookmarks.

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Yoshida, Takumi; Inoue, Ushio. (2013). "[[A Bookmark Recommender System based on Social Bookmarking Services and Wikipedia Categories]]".DOI: 10.1109/SNPD.2013.3.

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Yoshida, Takumi; Inoue, Ushio. (2013). &quot;<a href="https://wikipediaquality.com/wiki/A_Bookmark_Recommender_System_based_on_Social_Bookmarking_Services_and_Wikipedia_Categories">A Bookmark Recommender System based on Social Bookmarking Services and Wikipedia Categories</a>&quot;.DOI: 10.1109/SNPD.2013.3.