3 years ago

MPTR: A Maximal-Marginal-Relevance-Based Personalized Trip Recommendation Method

Wenjing Luan, Guanjun Liu, Changjun Jiang, Mengchu Zhou,
Personalized trip recommendation has drawn much attention recently with the development of location-based services. How to utilize the data in the location-based social network to recommend a single Point of Interest (POI) or a sequence of POIs for users is an important question to answer. Recommending the latter is called trip recommendation that is a challenging study because of the diversity of trips and complexity of involved computation. This work proposes a maximal-marginal-relevance-based personalized trip recommendation method that considers both relevance and diversity of trips in trip planning. An ant-colony-optimization-based trip planning algorithm is developed to efficiently plan a trip. Finally, case studies and experiments illustrate the effectiveness of our method.
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