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Open Access September 07, 2022 Endnote/Zotero/Mendeley (RIS) BibTeX

The Advances in Recommendation Systems – Theoretical Analysis

Abstract Most people can't subscribe to every direct-to-consumer platform today, and the number is growing. The platform's content and the user's experience influence the decision to subscribe or buy. Today's consumers anticipate instantaneously curated content exploration, acquisition, and consumption. Media firms actively seek to increase both click-through rate and profitability by enhancing the user [...] Read more.
Most people can't subscribe to every direct-to-consumer platform today, and the number is growing. The platform's content and the user's experience influence the decision to subscribe or buy. Today's consumers anticipate instantaneously curated content exploration, acquisition, and consumption. Media firms actively seek to increase both click-through rate and profitability by enhancing the user experience and enticing customers to subscribe or buy premium content through recommender systems. The direct-to-consumer platforms may maintain user engagement after consumers have visited the contents by providing suggestions that make the most of the site's rich content catalogs. By bringing it to the attention of viewers based on their viewing habits, for instance, effective recommendation systems might boost earnings for underappreciated "long tail" content. This research explores various recommender system types currently in widespread usage with an analysis of some of the fascinating breakthroughs.
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Open Access May 06, 2022 Endnote/Zotero/Mendeley (RIS) BibTeX

Movie Recommendation System Modeling Using Machine Learning

Abstract The task of recommending products to customers based on their interests is important in business. It is possible to accomplish this with machine learning. To reduce human effort by proposing movies based on the user's interests efficiently and effectively without wasting much time in pointless browsing, the movie recommendation system is designed to assist movie aficionados. This work focuses on [...] Read more.
The task of recommending products to customers based on their interests is important in business. It is possible to accomplish this with machine learning. To reduce human effort by proposing movies based on the user's interests efficiently and effectively without wasting much time in pointless browsing, the movie recommendation system is designed to assist movie aficionados. This work focuses on developing a movie recommender system using a model that incorporates both cosine similarity and sentiment analysis. Cosine similarity is a standard used to determine how similar two items are to one another. An examination of the emotions expressed in a movie review can determine how excellent or negative a review is and, consequently the overall rating for a film. As a result, determining whether a review is favorable or adverse may be automated because the machine learns by training and evaluating the data. Comparing different systems based on content-based approaches will produce results that are increasingly explicit as time passes.
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Open Access May 01, 2022 Endnote/Zotero/Mendeley (RIS) BibTeX

A Linear-Time Algorithm to Find the Second Smallest Number

Abstract An algorithm is defined as a finite step-by-step procedure to accomplish a required result. It is also defined as a sequence of computational operations that convert the given input into the required output. In general, in the worst case, an algorithm is said to be optimal if there are no algorithms that perform a less basic number of well-defined operations, in the worst case. This paper presents [...] Read more.
An algorithm is defined as a finite step-by-step procedure to accomplish a required result. It is also defined as a sequence of computational operations that convert the given input into the required output. In general, in the worst case, an algorithm is said to be optimal if there are no algorithms that perform a less basic number of well-defined operations, in the worst case. This paper presents an optimal algorithm for finding the second smallest among n numbers. The complexity of the proposed algorithm and its advantages are also analyzed in this paper.
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Open Access April 28, 2022 Endnote/Zotero/Mendeley (RIS) BibTeX

Analysis of Network Modeling for Real-world Recommender Systems

Abstract Nowadays, recommendation systems are existing everywhere in the internet world, online people are presented with the required needs not just for actual physical products, but also for several other things such as songs, places, books, friends, movies, and many more requirements. Most of the systems are developed with the basic collaborative and hybrid filtering, where the people or users are [...] Read more.
Nowadays, recommendation systems are existing everywhere in the internet world, online people are presented with the required needs not just for actual physical products, but also for several other things such as songs, places, books, friends, movies, and many more requirements. Most of the systems are developed with the basic collaborative and hybrid filtering, where the people or users are recommended items that the choices are based on the right preferences of other people by applying the machine intelligence strategies. In this research, the importance of network modeling is analyzed in solving real-world problems.
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