Conceptualize and Infer User Needs in E-commerce

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Authors Kenny Q. Zhu, Yu Gong, Xusheng Luo, Keping Yang, Yonghua Yang
Journal/Conference Name International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, Proceedings
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Paper Abstract Understanding latent user needs beneath shopping behaviors is critical to e-commercial applications. Without a proper definition of user needs in e-commerce, most industry solutions are not driven directly by user needs at current stage, which prevents them from further improving user satisfaction. Representing implicit user needs explicitly as nodes like "outdoor barbecue" or "keep warm for kids" in a knowledge graph, provides new imagination for various e- commerce applications. Backed by such an e-commerce knowledge graph, we propose a supervised learning algorithm to conceptualize user needs from their transaction history as "concept" nodes in the graph and infer those concepts for each user through a deep attentive model. Offline experiments demonstrate the effectiveness and stability of our model, and online industry strength tests show substantial advantages of such user needs understanding.
Date of publication 2019
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