DA-HGT: Domain Adaptive Heterogeneous Graph Transformer

12/10/2020 ∙ by Tiancheng Huang, et al. ∙ 0

Domain adaptation using graph networks is to learn label-discriminative and network-invariant node embeddings by sharing graph parameters. Most existing works focus on domain adaptation of homogeneous networks, and just a few works begin to study heterogeneous cases that only consider the shared node types but ignore the private node types in individual networks. However, for a given source and target heterogeneous networks, they generally contain shared and private node types, where private types bring an extra challenge for graph domain adaptation. In this paper, we investigate Heterogeneous Information Networks (HINs) with partial shared node types and propose a novel domain adaptive heterogeneous graph transformer (DA-HGT) to handle the domain shift between them. DA-HGT can not only align the distributions of identical-type nodes and edges in two HINs but also make full use of different-type nodes and edges to improve the performance of knowledge transfer. Extensive experiments on several datasets demonstrate that DA-HGT can outperform state-of-the-art methods in various domain adaptation tasks across heterogeneous networks.



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