Graph Attention Multi-Layer Perceptron

23 Aug 2021  ·  Wentao Zhang, Ziqi Yin, Zeang Sheng, Wen Ouyang, Xiaosen Li, Yangyu Tao, Zhi Yang, Bin Cui ·

Graph neural networks (GNNs) have recently achieved state-of-the-art performance in many graph-based applications. Despite the high expressive power, they typically need to perform an expensive recursive neighborhood expansion in multiple training epochs and face a scalability issue. Moreover, most of them are inflexible since they are restricted to fixed-hop neighborhoods and insensitive to actual receptive field demands for different nodes. We circumvent these limitations by introducing a scalable and flexible Graph Attention Multilayer Perceptron (GAMLP). With the separation of the non-linear transformation and feature propagation, GAMLP significantly improves the scalability and efficiency by performing the propagation procedure in a pre-compute manner. With three principled receptive field attention, each node in GAMLP is flexible and adaptive in leveraging the propagated features over the different sizes of reception field. We conduct extensive evaluations on the three large open graph benchmarks (e.g., ogbn-papers100M, ogbn-products and ogbn-mag), demonstrating that GAMLP not only achieves the state-of-art performance, but also additionally provide high scalability and efficiency.

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