An Interactive Graph Neural Network Classifier


An Interactive Graph Neural Network Classifier – The task of learning feature from data is to create an accurate representation of the data from a given set of examples. This is a challenging task in many areas, e.g., graph mining, online learning, and neural machine translation. In this paper, we present a novel approach to learn features from graphs by optimizing the weights in the graph. We first focus on using a specific set of graphs, i.e., a subset of graphs that has the same weight. Then, in this work, we propose a generalization of the previous greedy model, namely the greedy model with multiple weights. This approach is scalable and it works well for different graph representations and tasks, e.g., graph based object recognition and translation, and it can be used for learning features in multiple types of graphs. We demonstrate our approach with several experiments on both real-world web data and the simulated data.

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An Interactive Graph Neural Network Classifier

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