ATP: Directed Graph Embedding with Asymmetric Transitivity Preservation

Directed graphs have been widely used in Community Question Answering services (CQAs) to model asymmetric relationships among different types of nodes in CQA graphs, e.g., question, answer, user. Asymmetric transitivity is an essential property of directed graphs, since it can play an important role in downstream graph inference and analysis... (read more)

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TASK DATASET MODEL METRIC NAME METRIC VALUE GLOBAL RANK RESULT BENCHMARK
Link Prediction Cit-HepPH Asymmetric Transitivity Preservation AUC 89.16 # 1
Link Prediction Gnutella Asymmetric Transitivity Preservation AUC 93.14 # 1
Link Prediction Wiki-Vote Asymmetric Transitivity Preservation AUC 94.81 # 1

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