Recurrent Skipping Networks for Entity Alignment

6 Nov 2018  ·  Lingbing Guo, Zequn Sun, Ermei Cao, Wei Hu ·

We consider the problem of learning knowledge graph (KG) embeddings for entity alignment (EA). Current methods use the embedding models mainly focusing on triple-level learning, which lacks the ability of capturing long-term dependencies existing in KGs. Consequently, the embedding-based EA methods heavily rely on the amount of prior (known) alignment, due to the identity information in the prior alignment cannot be efficiently propagated from one KG to another. In this paper, we propose RSN4EA (recurrent skipping networks for EA), which leverages biased random walk sampling for generating long paths across KGs and models the paths with a novel recurrent skipping network (RSN). RSN integrates the conventional recurrent neural network (RNN) with residual learning and can largely improve the convergence speed and performance with only a few more parameters. We evaluated RSN4EA on a series of datasets constructed from real-world KGs. Our experimental results showed that it outperformed a number of state-of-the-art embedding-based EA methods and also achieved comparable performance for KG completion.

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