My newest paper is “Knowledge Representation and Visualisation in Graphs using Convolutional Neural Networks”.
Here is the abstract: “Knowledge Graphs (KG) constitute a flexible representation of complex relationships between entities particularly useful for biomedical data. These KG, however, are very sparse with many missing edges (facts) and the visualisation of the mesh of interactions non-trivial.
Here we apply a compositional model to embed nodes and relationships into a vectorised semantic space to perform graph completion. A visualisation tool based on Convolutional Neural Networks and Self-Organised Maps (SOM) is proposed to extract high-level insights from the KG. We apply this technique to a subset of CTD, containing interactions of compounds with human genes / proteins and show that the performance is comparable to the one obtained by structural models. “