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Depth-based Subgraph Convolutional Auto-Encoder for Network Representation Learning

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Journal Pattern Recognition
DateAccepted/In press - 13 Jan 2019
DateE-pub ahead of print - 6 Feb 2019
DatePublished (current) - 1 Jun 2019
Volume90
Number of pages14
Pages (from-to)363-376
Early online date6/02/19
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Network representation learning (NRL) aims to map vertices of a network into a low-dimensional space which preserves the network structure and its inherent properties. Most existing methods for network representation adopt shallow models which have relatively limited capacity to capture highly non-linear network structures, resulting in sub-optimal network representations. Therefore, it is nontrivial to explore how to effectively capture highly non-linear network structure and preserve the global and local structure in NRL. To solve this problem, in this paper we propose a new graph convolutional autoencoder architecture based on a depth-based representation of graph structure, referred to as the depth-based subgraph convolutional autoencoder (DS-CAE), which integrates both the global topological and local connectivity structures within a graph. Our idea is to first decompose a graph into a family of K-layer expansion subgraphs rooted at each vertex aimed at better capturing long-range vertex inter-dependencies. Then a set of convolution filters slide over the entire sets of subgraphs of a vertex to extract the local structural connectivity information. This is analogous to the standard convolution operation on grid data. In contrast to most existing models for unsupervised learning on graph-structured data, our model can capture highly non-linear structure by simultaneously integrating node features and network structure into network representation learning. This significantly improves the predictive performance on a number of benchmark datasets.

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    Research areas

  • Graph convolutional neural network, Network representation learning, Node classification

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