Neural-Symbolic Reasoning over Knowledge Graph for Multi-stage Explainable Recommendation

Recent work on recommender systems has considered external knowledge graphs as valuable sources of information, not only to produce better recommendations but also to provide explanations of why the recommended items were chosen. Pure rule-based symbolic methods provide a transparent reasoning process over knowledge graph but lack generalization ability to unseen examples, while deep learning models enhance powerful feature representation ability but are hard to interpret... (read more)

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