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Standing on the Shoulders of Predecessors: Meta-Knowledge Transfer for Knowledge Graphs

  title={Standing on the Shoulders of Predecessors: Meta-Knowledge Transfer for Knowledge Graphs},
  author={Mingyang Chen and Wen Zhang and Yushan Zhu and Hongting Zhou and Zonggang Yuan and Changliang Xu and Huajun Chen},
Knowledge graphs (KGs) have become widespread, and various knowledge graphs are constructed incessantly to support many in-KG and out-of-KG applications. During the construction of KGs, although new KGs may contain new entities with respect to constructed KGs, some entity-independent knowledge can be transferred from constructed KGs to new KGs. We call such knowledge meta-knowledge, and refer to the problem of transferring meta-knowledge from constructed (source) KGs to new (target) KGs to… 

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