The semantics of relations play a central role in the understanding and analysis of multi-relational data. Real-world relational datasets represented by knowledge graphs often contain polysemous relations between different types of entities, that represent multiple semantics. In this work, we present a data-driven method that can automatically discover the distinct semantics associated with high-level relations and derive an optimal number of sub-relations having fine-grained meaning. To this end, we perform clustering over vector representations of entities and relations obtained from knowledge graph embedding models.
Watch our new MOOC in German about hate and fake in the Internet ("Trolle, Hass und Fake-News: Wie können wir das Internet retten?") on openHPI (link).
Our work on Measuring and Comparing Dimensionality Reduction Algorithms for Robust Visualisation of Dynamic Text Collections will be presented at CHIIR 2021.
I added some photos from my trip to Hildesheim.