Predicting the Future Usefulness of Restaurants by Recommenders using Neural Networks


Predicting the Future Usefulness of Restaurants by Recommenders using Neural Networks – We present a new type of Deep Neural network (DINN) that aims to predict the next day and how much the consumption should have been. Our DNNs predict the full list of items in the day and how much consumed they are. DNNs, like any other deep framework, are sensitive to the size of the inventory to accommodate the demand. DNNs are trained by learning the same model as a dictionary to predict the inventory over time, which is a very expensive task especially for small models like DNNs. We propose the use of a neural-optimized deep recurrent neural network (DRNN) for this task. DRNNs are trained to predict the time of consumption for an inventory in a time horizon in a network-wide fashion. We design two neural-optimized deep recurrent neural networks to efficiently learn to predict the future. We compare our DNNs on all different day occurrences from our daily consumption database of 15.4 million objects to see which models outperform them.

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Predicting the Future Usefulness of Restaurants by Recommenders using Neural Networks

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