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The significance of the recommender systems has been outlined in very large number of texts and literature.
Our institute develops computational and mathematical models to solve complex problems, ranging from optimization problems to flow physics, from financial mathematics to the geosciences, from uncertainty quantification to recommender systems and machine learning.
Recommender Systems in Financial Services Industry: A Potential Application
Some specific topics include collaborative instruction and malware detection, sharing computer and network logs, trust-aware recommender systems for open and mobile virtual communities, and wireless sensor network security.
Over the last decade, research on recommender systems has focused on performance of algorithms for recommendations; and improved ways of building user models to map user preferences, interests and behaviors into suggesting suitable products or services [Burke (2001)].
As Genius is a proprietary system whose secrets are not available to the public, the researchers studied it by testing its song recommendations against comparable song suggestions from experimental music recommender systems that they fully understood.
Representative content-based recommender systems include News Dude (Billsus, & Pazzani, 1999) and WebWatcher (Joachims, Freitag, & Mitchell, 1997).
The technologies involved in recommender systems are information filtering, collaborated filtering, user profiling, machine learning, case-based retrieval, data mining, and similarity-based retrieval.