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A Music Recommendation Method Using Emotional States by Contextual Information
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A Music Recommendation Method Using Emotional States by Contextual Information
Kim, Dong-Joo; Lim, Kwon-Mook;
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 Abstract
User's selection of music is largely influenced by private tastes as well as emotional states, and it is the unconsciousness projection of user's emotion. Therefore, we think user's emotional states to be music itself. In this paper, we try to grasp user's emotional states from music selected by users at a specific context, and we analyze the correlation between its context and user's emotional state. To get emotional states out of music, the proposed method extracts emotional words as the representative of music from lyrics of user-selected music through morphological analysis, and learns weights of linear classifier for each emotional features of extracted words. Regularities learned by classifier are utilized to calculate predictive weights of virtual music using weights of music chosen by other users in context similar to active user's context. Finally, we propose a method to recommend some pieces of music relative to user's contexts and emotional states. Experimental results shows that the proposed method is more accurate than the traditional collaborative filtering method.
 Keywords
Music Recommendation;Emotional State;Contextual Information;Hybrid-Filtering;Winnow Algorithm;
 Language
Korean
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