MoCoSA: Momentum Contrast for Knowledge Graph Completion with Structure-Augmented Pre-trained Language Models

16 Aug 2023  ·  Jiabang He, Liu Jia, Lei Wang, Xiyao Li, Xing Xu ·

Knowledge Graph Completion (KGC) aims to conduct reasoning on the facts within knowledge graphs and automatically infer missing links. Existing methods can mainly be categorized into structure-based or description-based. On the one hand, structure-based methods effectively represent relational facts in knowledge graphs using entity embeddings. However, they struggle with semantically rich real-world entities due to limited structural information and fail to generalize to unseen entities. On the other hand, description-based methods leverage pre-trained language models (PLMs) to understand textual information. They exhibit strong robustness towards unseen entities. However, they have difficulty with larger negative sampling and often lag behind structure-based methods. To address these issues, in this paper, we propose Momentum Contrast for knowledge graph completion with Structure-Augmented pre-trained language models (MoCoSA), which allows the PLM to perceive the structural information by the adaptable structure encoder. To improve learning efficiency, we proposed momentum hard negative and intra-relation negative sampling. Experimental results demonstrate that our approach achieves state-of-the-art performance in terms of mean reciprocal rank (MRR), with improvements of 2.5% on WN18RR and 21% on OpenBG500.

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Task Dataset Model Metric Name Metric Value Global Rank Result Benchmark
Link Prediction FB15k-237 MoCoSA MRR 0.387 # 6
Hits@10 0.578 # 2
Hits@3 0.42 # 4
Hits@1 0.292 # 7
Link Prediction OpenBG500 MoCoSA MRR 0.634 # 1
Hits@1 0.531 # 1
Hits@3 0.711 # 1
Hits@10 0.83 # 1
Link Prediction WN18RR MoCoSA MRR 0.696 # 1
Hits@10 0.82 # 1
Hits@3 0.737 # 1
Hits@1 0.624 # 1

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