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Issue No.06 - November/December (2010 vol.14)
pp: 23-30
Ana Belen Barragans Martinez , Centro Universitario del la Defensa en la Escuela Naval Militar de Marin, Spain
Marta Rey Lopez , Conselleria de Educacion e O.U., Spain
Enrique Costa Montenegro , University of Vigo, Spain
Fernando A. Mikic Fonte , University of Vigo, Spain
Juan C. Burguillo , University of Vigo, Spain
Ana Peleteiro , University of Vigo, Spain
ABSTRACT
Recommender systems help users cope with information overload by using their preferences to recommend items. To date, most recommenders have employed users' ratings, information about the user's profile, or metadata describing the items. To take advantage of Web 2.0 applications, the authors propose using information obtained from social tagging to improve the recommendations. The Web 2.0 TV program recommender queveo.tv currently combines content-based and collaborative filtering techniques. This article presents a novel tag-based recommender to enhance the recommending engine by improving the coverage and diversity of the suggestions.
INDEX TERMS
Internet computing, Web 2.0, recommendation systems, collaborative filtering, content-based filtering, folksonomy, tag-based recommenders
CITATION
Ana Belen Barragans Martinez, Marta Rey Lopez, Enrique Costa Montenegro, Fernando A. Mikic Fonte, Juan C. Burguillo, Ana Peleteiro, "Exploiting Social Tagging in a Web 2.0 Recommender System", IEEE Internet Computing, vol.14, no. 6, pp. 23-30, November/December 2010, doi:10.1109/MIC.2010.104
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