Restricted Boltzmann Machine-Based Approaches for Link Prediction in Dynamic Networks

@article{Li2018RestrictedBM,
  title={Restricted Boltzmann Machine-Based Approaches for Link Prediction in Dynamic Networks},
  author={Taisong Li and Bing Wang and Yasong Jiang and Yan Zhang and Yonghong Yan},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2018},
  volume={6},
  pages={29940-29951}
}
Link prediction in dynamic networks aims to predict edges according to historical linkage status. It is inherently difficult because of the linear/non-linear transformation of underlying structures. The problem of efficiently performing dynamic link inference is extremely challenging due to the scale of networks and different evolving patterns. Most previous approaches for link prediction are based on members’ similarity and supervised learning methods. However, research work on investigating… CONTINUE READING

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