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Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Information Heterogeneity and Fusion in Recommender Systems - HetRec '10
Collaborative recommendation is effective at representing a user's overall interests and tastes, and finding peer users that can provide good recommendations. However, it remains a challenge to make collaborative recommendation sensitive to a user's specific context and to the changing shape of user interests over time. Our approach to building context-sensitive collaborative recommendation is a hybrid one that incorporates semantic knowledge in the form of a domain ontology. User profiles aredoi:10.1145/1869446.1869452 fatcat:pipflc6elndgrggdgzt6254vgq