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Zhang, Z., & Chang, J. (2022). Clustering-based Categorization of Music Users through Unsupervised Learning. Economics & Management Information, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.58195/emi.2022.1006

Clustering-based Categorization of Music Users through Unsupervised Learning

The process of categorizing music users without the need for explicit guidance, known as unsupervised learning, has been explored through a technique called clustering. This innovative approach involves the use of algorithms to group music users based on their preferences, behaviors, or other relevant characteristics, thereby uncovering patterns and structures within the music consumption landscape. By identifying distinct clusters of music users, this method facilitates the creation of personalized recommendations, targeted marketing strategies, and tailored music experiences, ultimately enhancing user satisfaction and engagement. Through unsupervised learning, the clustering-based categorization of music users has the potential to revolutionize the music industry by enabling precise segmentation and understanding of diverse user segments. By leveraging this approach, music streaming platforms and other industry stakeholders can gain valuable insights into user behavior, preferences, and trends, empowering them to develop more effective content curation techniques, user interfaces, and promotional campaigns. Additionally, the application of unsupervised learning in music user categorization opens up opportunities for the development of more sophisticated recommendation systems, capable of delivering highly personalized and relevant music suggestions to individual users.

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