Performance of Hyperbolic Geometry Models on Top-N Recommendation Tasks

08/15/2020
by   Leyla Mirvakhabova, et al.
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We introduce a simple autoencoder based on hyperbolic geometry for solving standard collaborative filtering problem. In contrast to many modern deep learning techniques, we build our solution using only a single hidden layer. Remarkably, even with such a minimalistic approach, we not only outperform the Euclidean counterpart but also achieve a competitive performance with respect to the current state-of-the-art. We additionally explore the effects of space curvature on the quality of hyperbolic models and propose an efficient data-driven method for estimating its optimal value.

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HyperbolicRecommenders

Accompanying code for the paper Performance of Hyperbolic Geometry Models on Top-N Recommendation Tasks, accepted at ACM RecSys 2020.


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