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Graph Neural Networks with Low-rank Learnable Local Filters

@article{Cheng2020GraphNN,
  title={Graph Neural Networks with Low-rank Learnable Local Filters},
  author={Xiuyuan Cheng and Zichen Miao and Qiang Qiu},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2008.01818}
}
For the classification of graph data consisting of features sampled on an irregular coarse mesh like landmark points on face and human body, graph neural network (gnn) models based on global graph Laplacians may lack expressiveness to capture local features on graph. The current paper introduces a new gnn layer type with learnable low-rank local graph filters, which significantly reduces the complexity of traditional locally connected gnn. The architecture provides a unified framework for both… 

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