Timezone: »

A latent factor model for highly multi-relational data
Rodolphe Jenatton · Nicolas Le Roux · Antoine Bordes · Guillaume R Obozinski

Wed Dec 05 07:00 PM -- 12:00 AM (PST) @ Harrah’s Special Events Center 2nd Floor

Many data such as social networks, movie preferences or knowledge bases are multi-relational, in that they describe multiple relationships between entities. While there is a large body of work focused on modeling these data, few considered modeling these multiple types of relationships jointly. Further, existing approaches tend to breakdown when the number of these types grows. In this paper, we propose a method for modeling large multi-relational datasets, with possibly thousands of relations. Our model is based on a bilinear structure, which captures the various orders of interaction of the data, but also shares sparse latent factors across different relations. We illustrate the performance of our approach on standard tensor-factorization datasets where we attain, or outperform, state-of-the-art results. Finally, a NLP application demonstrates our scalability and the ability of our model to learn efficient, and semantically meaningful verb representations.

Author Information

Rodolphe Jenatton (INRIA)
Nicolas Le Roux (Microsoft Research)
Antoine Bordes (CNRS / U. Tech. de Compiègne)
Guillaume R Obozinski (Ecole des Ponts - ParisTech)

More from the Same Authors