Efficient Matrix Models for Relational Learning

@inproceedings{Singh2000EfficientMM,
  title={Efficient Matrix Models for Relational Learning},
  author={Ajit Paul Singh},
  year={2000}
}
Relational learning deals with the setting where one has multiple sources of data, each describing different properties of the same set of entities. We are concerned primarily with settings where the properties are pairwise relations between entities, and attributes of entities. We want to predict the value of relations and attributes, but relations between entities violate the basic statistical assumption of exchangeable data points, or entities. Furthermore, we desire models that scale… CONTINUE READING

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