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Improving Session Recommendation with Recurrent Neural Networks by Exploiting Dwell Time

, , , , and . (2017)cite arxiv:1706.10231Comment: 6 pages, 3 figures, submission to DLRS workshop.

Abstract

Recently, Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) have been applied to the task of session-based recommendation. These approaches use RNNs to predict the next item in a user session based on the previ- ously visited items. While some approaches consider additional item properties, we argue that item dwell time can be used as an implicit measure of user interest to improve session-based item recommen- dations. We propose an extension to existing RNN approaches that captures user dwell time in addition to the visited items and show that recommendation performance can be improved. Additionally, we investigate the usefulness of a single validation split for model selection in the case of minor improvements and find that in our case the best model is not selected and a fold-like study with different validation sets is necessary to ensure the selection of the best model.

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Improving Session Recommendation with Recurrent Neural Networks by Exploiting Dwell Time

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