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Analyzing the Difficulty and Similarity of Cooking in the Recipe Network

레시피 연결망에서 요리 난이도 및 유사성 분석

  • 김수도 (부산대학교 사회급변현상연구소) ;
  • 이윤정 (부산대학교 사회급변현상연구소) ;
  • 윤성민 (부산대학교 경제학부) ;
  • 조환규 (부산대학교 정보컴퓨터공학부)
  • Received : 2016.03.29
  • Accepted : 2016.05.18
  • Published : 2016.08.28

Abstract

The classification and evaluation of cooking that is being published on the internet are presented without scientific criteria based on individual subjective factors. In this paper, we objectified the degree of cooking difficulty based on the information entropy. And we measured the similarity by calculating the common entropy between recipes and constructed a social network based on the recipe similarity. As a result of measuring the cooking difficulty, 'Dongtae Haemul-jjim' (Korean) and 'Vegetarian Lasagna' (Italy) are the most difficult recipes and 'Gochu-jang' (Korean) and 'Tofu steak' (Italy) are the easiest recipes. Through the recipe network, the similarity between Korean and Asian cooking is higher than Western cuisine. We showed a similar recipe to a particular cooking, the group of similar recipes, and reasonable schedule when preparing the menu from the viewpoint of ease of cooking.

Keywords

Recipe;Ingredient;Cooking Verb;Entropy;Recipe Difficulty;Recipe Network

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 한국연구재단

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