Application of Machine Learning in Collaborative Filtering Recommender Systems

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  • Abstract

    Recommender systems are one of the important methodologies in machine learning technologies, which is using in current business scenario. This article proposes a book recommender system using deep learning technique and k-Nearest Neighbors (k-NN) classification. Deep learning technique is one of the most effective techniques in the field of recommender systems. Recommender systems are intelligent systems in Machine Learning that can make difference from other algorithms. This article considers application of Machine Learning Technology and we present an approach based a recommender system. We used k-Nearest Neighbors classification algorithm of deep learning technique to classify users based book recommender system. We analyze the traditional collaborative filtering with our methodology and also to compare with them. Our outcomes display the projected algorithm is more precise over the existing algorithm, it also consumes less time and reliable than the existing methods.




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    Recommender Systems (RS), Collaborative filtering, k-Nearest Neighbors, Classification.

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Article ID: 24445
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.38.24445

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