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In collaborative filtering (CF), interaction function (IFC) plays the important role of capturing interactions among items and users. The most popular IFC is the inner product, which has been successfully used in low-rank matrix factorization. However, interactions in real-world applications can be highly complex. Thus, other operations (such as plus and concatenation), which may potentially offer better performance, have been proposed. Nevertheless, it is still hard for existing IFCs to havearXiv:1906.12091v3 fatcat:xnwqonn4eva5rnvd54qg7rpl2i