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Research Article

Detecting Shilling Attacks with Automatic Features from Multiple Views

Table 1

The common attack models.

Attack model

Random attackNot usedRandomly chosenSystem mean
Average attackNot usedRandomly chosenItem mean
AoP attackNot usedTop x% of most popular itemsItem mean
User random shiftingNot usedRandomly chosenSystem mean+random
User average shiftingNot usedRandomly chosenItem mean+random
Target random shiftingNot usedRandomly chosenSystem mean
Target average shiftingNot usedRandomly chosenItem mean
Power item attackPower itemItem mean
Power user attackCopy of the power user’s items and ratings

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