AutoSF+: Towards Automatic Scoring Function Design for Knowledge Graph Embedding

07/01/2021 ∙ by Yongqi Zhang, et al. ∙ 0

Scoring functions, which measure the plausibility of triples, have become the crux of knowledge graph embedding (KGE). Plenty of scoring functions, targeting at capturing different kinds of relations in KGs, have been designed by experts in recent years. However, as relations can exhibit intricate patterns that are hard to infer before training, none of them can consistently perform the best on existing benchmark tasks. AutoSF has shown the significance of using automated machine learning (AutoML) to design KG- dependent scoring functions. In this paper, we propose AutoSF+ as an extension of AutoSF. First, we improve the search algorithm with the evolutionary search, which can better explore the search space. Second, we evaluate AutoSF+ on the recently developed benchmark OGB. Besides, we apply AutoSF+ to the new task, i.e., entity classification, to show that it can improve the task beyond KG completion.



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