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A novel user behavioral aggregation method based on synonym groups in online video systems




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Feng, T., Guo, Y. & Chen, Y. A novel user behavioral aggregation method based on synonym groups in online video systems. Sci. China Inf. Sci. 59, 1–3 (2016).

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  • 用户行为汇聚
  • 同义词组
  • 性别预测
  • 用户兴趣偏好
  • 个性化服务