SDT: An integrated model for open-world knowledge graph reasoning

@article{Chen2020SDTAI,
  title={SDT: An integrated model for open-world knowledge graph reasoning},
  author={Xiaojun Chen and Shengbin Jia and Ling Ding and Hong Shen and Yang Xiang},
  journal={Expert Syst. Appl.},
  year={2020},
  volume={162},
  pages={113889}
}
Abstract Knowledge graphs (KGs) have a wide range of applications, such as recommender systems, relation extraction, and intelligent question answering systems. However, existing KGs are far from complete. Knowledge graph reasoning (KGR) has been studied to complete KGs by inferring missing entities or relations. But most previous methods require that all entities should be seen during training, which is impractical for real-world KGs with new entities emerging daily. In this paper, we address… Expand
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