Semantic Web Recommender System over Different Operating Platforms
Keywords:Semantic Web, E-Recommender System, Content-based, RDF, SPARQL, Python
Semantic-Web Recommender System (SWRS) evaluation over different operating systems (OSs) used to facilitate and improve human electronic recommendation management (HERM). The HERM is address the needs of user and dataset of movie in our proposed system through internetworking means which increase the speed of automated recommendation and enhance the goodness of SWRS and services also electronically to select right movies-title to user demand. Furthermore, it will be a benefit for selection a right favor by user for right selection from (i.e., 3000 records in dataset of movie-Lens) in the backend. There are a direct relation between time-consume of selection movie-title, also the time-consume, and accuracy. The two-mentioned parameters, namely, time-consume and accuracy over two different operation system (OSs) which designed by web technology Python. In our research, SWR system is proposed; it is provide with some recommendation methods. The system designed and improved using content-based algorithm (CBA). Investigational results indicate that the developed algorithm technique confident a reasonable performance such as accuracy and time consuming compared to other existing works with a testing average accuracy of 85.63 for windows and 88.35 for Linux operating system. In conclusion, SWRS investigated on two different operating platforms and could be seen that the Linux is faster than windows in accuracy and time consuming.
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