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Social network contents are not limited to text but also multimedia. Dailymotion, YouTube, and MySpace are examples of successful sites which allow users to share videos among themselves. Due to the huge amount of videos, grouping videos with similar contents together can help users to search videos more efficiently. Unlike the traditional approach to group videos into some predefined categories, we propose a novel comment-based matrix factorization technique to categorize videos and generatedoi:10.1145/1651437.1651446 dblp:conf/cikm/LeungLI09 fatcat:r5k2s2llvzcn3lprha6tylod3q