Graph convolutional networks


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Created 2016-09-30
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Many important real-world datasets come in the form of graphs or networks: social networks, knowledge graphs, protein-interaction networks, the World Wide Web, etc. (just to name a few). Yet, until recently, very little attention has been devoted to the generalization of neural network models to such structured datasets. In the last couple of years, a number of papers re-visited this problem of generalizing neural networks to work on arbitrarily structured graphs (Bruna et al., ICLR 2014; Henaff et al., 2015; Duvenaud et al., NIPS 2015; Li et al., ICLR 2016; Defferrard et al., NIPS 2016; Kipf & Welling, ICLR 2017), some of them now achieving very promising results in domains that have previously been dominated by, e.g., kernel-based methods, graph-based regularization techniques and others. In this post, I will give a brief overview of recent developments in this field and point out strengths and drawbacks of various approaches.

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is about Graph convolutional networks (GCN)

Generalization of neural networks to arbitrary graphs.

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is reviewed in How powerful are Graph Convolutions? (review of Kipf & Welling, 2016)

This post is about a paper that has just come out recently on practical generalizations of convolutio...


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