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The popularity of location-based social networks available on mobile devices means that large, rich datasets that contain a mixture of behavioral (users visiting venues), social (links between users), and spatial (distances between venues) information are available for mobile location recommendation systems. However, these datasets greatly differ from those used in other online recommender systems, where users explicitly rate items: it remains unclear as to how they capture user preferences as well as how they can be leveraged for accurate recommendation. This paper seeks to bridge this gap with a three-fold contribution.
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