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Graph Matching is the problem of finding correspondences between two sets of vertices while preserving complex relational information among them. Since the graph structure has a strong capacity to represent objects and robustness to severe deformation and outliers, it is frequently adopted to formulate various correspondence problems in the field of computer vision. Theoretically, the Graph Matching problem can be solved by exhaustively searching the entire solution space. However, this approach is infeasible in practice because the solution space expands exponentially as the size of input data increases. For that reason, previous studies have attempted to solve the problem by using various approximation techniques.
Deep generative models for graph-structured data offer a new angle on the problem of chemical synthesis: by optimizing differentiable models that directly generate molecular graphs, it is possible to side-step expensive search procedures in the discrete and vast space of chemical structures.
Recent works on representation learning for graph structured data predominantly focus on learning distributed representations of graph substructures such as nodes and subgraphs.
MX-Font extracts multiple style features not explicitly conditioned on component labels, but automatically by multiple experts to represent different local concepts, e. g., left-side sub-glyph.
This paper addresses the challenging problem of retrieval and matching of graph structured objects, and makes two key contributions.
Building on recent progress at the intersection of combinatorial optimization and deep learning, we propose an end-to-end trainable architecture for deep graph matching that contains unmodified combinatorial solvers.
Semantic Histogram Based Graph Matching for Real-Time Multi-Robot Global Localization in Large Scale Environment
The core problem of visual multi-robot simultaneous localization and mapping (MR-SLAM) is how to efficiently and accurately perform multi-robot global localization (MR-GL).
We propose a texture template approach, consisting of a set of virtual minutiae, to improve the overall latent fingerprint recognition accuracy.
Previous cross-lingual knowledge graph (KG) alignment studies rely on entity embeddings derived only from monolingual KG structural information, which may fail at matching entities that have different facts in two KGs.
This paper presents the design of our system, namely MTab, for Semantic Web Challenge on Tabular Data to Knowledge Graph Matching (SemTab 2019).