Link Property Prediction
7 papers with code • 6 benchmarks • 1 datasets
The algorithm is further sped up by a filter and a predictor, which can avoid repeatedly training SFs with same expressive ability and help removing bad candidates during the search before model training.
In this paper, we provide a theory of using graph neural networks (GNNs) for multi-node representation learning (where we are interested in learning a representation for a set of more than one node, such as link).
To overcome this difficulty, we propose an anchorbased distance: First, we randomly select K anchor vertices from the graph and then calculate the shortest distances of all vertices in the graph to them.
Capturing not only local graph structure but global features of entities are crucial for prediction tasks on Knowledge Graphs.
Relation Prediction as an Auxiliary Training Objective for Improving Multi-Relational Graph Representations
Learning good representations on multi-relational graphs is essential to knowledge base completion (KBC).
Our framework avoids the "neighbor explosion" problem of GNNs using quantized representations combined with a low-rank version of the graph convolution matrix.