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Robust Recommendation Algorithm Based on Kernel Principal Component Analysis and Fuzzy C-means Cluster-ing
YI Huawei, NIU Zaiseng, ZHANG Fuzhi, LI Xiaohui, WANG Yajun
1. School of Electronics and Information Engineering, Liaoning University of Technology, Jinzhou 121001, Liaoning, China; 2. School of Information Science and Engineering, Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao 066004, Hebei, China
The existing recommendation algorithms have lower robustness in facing of shilling attacks. Considering this problem, we present a robust recommendation algorithm based on kernel principal component analysis and fuzzy c-means clustering. Firstly, we use kernel principal component analysis method to reduce the dimensionality of the original rating matrix, which can extract the effective features of users and items. Then, according to the dimension-reduced rating matrix and the high correlation characteristic between attack profiles, we use fuzzy c-means clustering method to cluster user profiles, which can realize the effective separation of genuine profiles and attack profiles. Finally, we construct an indicator function based on the attack detection results to decrease the influence of attack profiles on the recommendation, and incorporate it into the matrix factorization technology to design the corresponding robust recommendation algorithm. Experiment results indicate that the proposed algorithm is superior to the existing methods in both recommendation accuracy and robustness.
Key words:robust recommendation; shilling attacks; matrix factorization; kernel principal component analysis; fuzzy c-means clustering
CLC number:TP 311
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