TGE-PS: Text-driven Graph Embedding with Pairs Sampling

  title={TGE-PS: Text-driven Graph Embedding with Pairs Sampling},
  author={Liheng Chen and Yanru Qu and Zhenghui Wang and Lin Qiu and Weinan Zhang and Ken Chen and Shaodian Zhang and Yong Yu},
In graphs with rich text information, constructing expressive graph representations requires incorporating textual information with structural information. Graph embedding models are becoming more and more popular in representing graphs, yet they are faced with two issues: sampling efficiency and text utilization. Through analyzing existing models, we find their training objectives are composed of pairwise proximities, and there are large amounts of redundant node pairs in Random Walk-based… Expand


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