Data mining is one of the fastest developing areas of informatics. Internet users are often introduced into databases as an element, albeit without their knowledge or consent. From databases, experts can gather useful information from the application of a wide range of different algorithms. For instance, they can estimate what kind of music a user would be interested in from their specific browsing habits and personal preferences.
The focus of my thesis is to recommend a system developed for the application Ananda. This application allows both desktop and mobile users to listen to meditation soundtracks. My objective is to develop and implement a system to generate recommendations across the four categories of: age groups, location, current trends, and personal preferences.
After developing this algorithm and database, my first task will be to implement it on the back-end. This thesis will provide an overview to the detailed specification of the problem and will present about the used technologies. We will further our progress by examining the algorithm, database, and details of implementation. To conclude, we will prove that the program is functioning property with a variety of tests, and discuss the potential for further development opportunities.