Telegram is an end-to-end encrypted messaging app with a channel feature like Whatsapp. Telegram has more than 200 million monthly active users from all around the world. With Telegram, you can create your channel and share content with your followers. One of the most popular use cases for the Telegram(Telegram 中文) platform is to get recommendations from others, but this feature is currently not available on Telegram (yet). To solve this problem we propose a novel recommendation engine that learns about users’ preferences through their interactions with other users based on their friend list. To achieve this goal we combine different clustering algorithms into one unified framework which allows us to evaluate our results in an optimal way
Telegram is a messaging app that boasts over 200 million users. It’s known for having a high level of security, fast performance, and an easy-to-use interface.
Telegram also has a feature called “recommendations,” which allows users to recommend other people in their contacts lists that they think you might want to meet up with or talk to on the app. The feature includes several options for people who want to use it:
-You can recommend someone who is already on your contacts list by typing “@username.” The recipient will be notified by Telegram that you’d like them to add you as a contact;
-You can recommend bots (or automated accounts) by typing “@botname” into any chat window—these pieces of software allow users access to information not available through other channels such as news updates or weather forecasts; some bots even provide entertainment options like trivia games with multiple choice answers!
The problem statement:
-The most common type of push notification is one that asks you to perform an action or view a piece of content. This can be an ad for a new show, a reminder to finish your work, or just a simple chat message from someone you haven’t spoken to in a while.
-These notifications are generally sent out based on some kind of internal metric, like how long it’s been since the user has last viewed the notification or whether they’ve interacted with it previously.
The similarity measure used can be based on various factors like distance between two objects, their content, etc.
The task of clustering is to create groups of data points that are similar to each other.
Ranking and evaluation
Ranking and evaluation are two of the most important parts of any recommendation system.
The first step in ranking and evaluating a Telegram(telegram中文版) channel is sub-sampling. Thus, he/she should not be considered as part of our sample set.
Sub-sampling and filtering
Sub-sampling is a popular technique for reducing the size of your dataset.
-Random sampling – randomly selecting a subset from your initial set
-Stratified sampling – choosing random samples from each group or strata in your dataset
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