I’m currently a second-year intelligent science and technology M.S. student in the School of Informatics and Science at Xiamen University. I am advised by Professor Rongrong Ji. At the same time, I have joined the iMoon-Lab since 2017.2 ( supervised by Professor Yue Gao). My research interests include Complex Network, 3D Vision, Graph Theory, Algebraic Topology, and Brain Science.
M.S. in Intelligent Science and Technology, 2021
B.S. in Computer Science, 2018
Collaborative filtering (CF) is one of the most popular and important recommendation methodologies in the heart of numerous recommender systems today. Although widely adopted, existing CF-based methods, ranging from matrix factorization to the emerging graph-based methods, suffer inferior performance especially when the data for training are very limited. In this paper, we first pinpoint the root causes of such deficiency and observe two main disadvantages that stem from the inherent designs of existing CFbased methods, i.e., 1) inflexible modeling of users and items and 2) insufficient modeling of high-order correlations among the subjects. Under such circumstances, we propose a dual channel hypergraph collaborative filtering (DHCF) framework to tackle the above issues. First, a dual channel learning strategy, which holistically leverages the divide-and-conquer strategy, is introduced to learn the representation of users and items so that these two types of data can be elegantly interconnected while still maintaining their specific properties. Second, the hypergraph structure is employed for modelling users and items with explicit mixed high-order correlations. The jump hypergraph convolution (JHConv) method is proposed to support the explicit and efficient embedding propagation of high-order correlations. Comprehensive experiments on two public benchmarks and two new real-world datasets demonstrate that DHCF can achieve significant and consistent improvements against other state-of-the-art methods.