Artificial Intelligence


Walkrnn: Reading Stories from Property Graphs

Authors: Deborah Tylor, Joseph Haaga, Mirco Mannucci

WalkRNN, the approach described herein, leverages research in learning continuous representations for nodes in networks, layers in features captured in property graph attributes and labels, and uses Deep Learning language modeling via Recurrent Neural Networks to read the grammar of an enriched property graph. We then demonstrate translating this learned graph literacy into actionable knowledge through graph classification tasks.

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[v1] 2019-10-19 20:41:22

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