Large Margin Nearest Neighbor Embedding for Knowledge Representation

7 Apr 2015Miao FanQiang ZhouThomas Fang ZhengRalph Grishman

Traditional way of storing facts in triplets ({\it head\_entity, relation, tail\_entity}), abbreviated as ({\it h, r, t}), makes the knowledge intuitively displayed and easily acquired by mankind, but hardly computed or even reasoned by AI machines. Inspired by the success in applying {\it Distributed Representations} to AI-related fields, recent studies expect to represent each entity and relation with a unique low-dimensional embedding, which is different from the symbolic and atomic framework of displaying knowledge in triplets... (read more)

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