Book chapter

Knowledge graph embeddings

    2018
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  • Encyclopedia of Big Data Technologies. - 2018, p. 1–7
English With the growing popularity of multi-relational data on the Web, knowledge graphs (KGs) have become a key data source in various application domains, such as Web search, question answering, and natural language understanding. In a typical KG such as Freebase (Bollacker et al. 2008) or Google’s Knowledge Graph (Google 2014), entities are connected via relations. For example, Bern is capital of Switzerland. Formally, a popular approach to represent such relational data is to use the Resource Description Framework. It defines a fact as a triple (subject, predicate, and object), which is also known as head, relation, and tail or (h, r, t) for short. Following the above example, the head, relation, and tail...
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Faculté des sciences et de médecine
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Département d'Informatique
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Computer science
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