Trust-based Recommendation System (Algorithm) for Tourism System<br />Random walk system (RW)<br />We first describe a rec...
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Trust Based Recommendation Systems For Tourism System Zaffar Ahmed Shaikh

  1. 1. Trust-based Recommendation System (Algorithm) for Tourism System<br />Random walk system (RW)<br />We first describe a recommendation system based on random walks. Given a voting network G = (N, V+, V−, E) and a source s ∈ V‾, the random walk system simulates the following: <br />Start a walker at node s and, at each step, choose an outgoing edge uniformly at random and follows it to the destination node. Continue this random walk until a node with a +/- vote is reached, or until a node with no outgoing edges is reached (note this walk may never terminate). <br />Let ps be the probability that the random walk terminates at a node with positive vote and qs be the probability that the random walk terminates at node with negative vote. Let rs = ps − qs. The random walk recommendation system recommends sgn(rs) to s. <br />Algorithm<br />Input: G = (N, V+, V−,E), s ∈ V‾.<br />Output: recommendation ∈ {−, 0, +}.<br />Let S ⊆ V‾ be the set of nonvoters that cannot reach any voter.<br />For each v ∈ N, create a variable rv ∈R. Solve the following from rv:<br />rv ={ 0, if v ∈ S<br /> 1, if v ∈ V+<br />−1, if v ∈ V−<br />Output sgn(rs).<br />Algorithm Explanation:<br />Definition 1: A voting network is a directed annotated multigraph G = (N, V+, V−,E) where N is a set of nodes, V+, V− ⊆ N are disjoint subsets of positive and negative voters, and E ⊆ N2 is a multiset of edges with parallel edges allowed but no self-loops.<br />When V+ and V− are clear from context, we denote the set of voters by V = V+ ∪ V− and the set of nonvoters by<br />V = N - V. <br />Definition 2: A recommendation system R takes as input a voting network G and source s ∈ V and outputs recommendation R(G, s) ∈ {−, 0,+}.<br />We denote by sgn: R -> {−, 0,+} the function that computes the sign of its input. <br />Given a multiset of recommendations, S ⊆ {−, 0,+}, we define the majority MAJ(S) to be: + if more than half the elements of S are +; − if more than half of S are −; and 0 otherwise.<br />Reference: Reid Andersen, Christian Borgs, Jennifer Chayes, Uriel Feige, Abraham Flaxman, Adam Kalai, Vahab Mirrokni, and Moshe Tennenholtz, Trust-based recommendation systems: an axiomatic approach, WWW '08: Proceeding of the 17th international conference on World Wide Web (New York, NY, USA), ACM, 2008, pp. 199-208.<br />

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