I just finished to present our work at ICDM. Here are the slides (also in ppt).
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cool! what other things did you see at ICDM?
many good papers – the acceptance rate for regular papers was below 8%
there was also a session on collaborative filtering. and i found interesting this paper
Scalable Collaborative Filtering with Jointly Derived Neighborhood Interpolation Weights
i’ll write a post about ICDM next week
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