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2022 ◽  
Vol 13 (1) ◽  
pp. 1-25
Author(s):  
Yuandong Wang ◽  
Hongzhi Yin ◽  
Tong Chen ◽  
Chunyang Liu ◽  
Ben Wang ◽  
...  

In recent years, ride-hailing services have been increasingly prevalent, as they provide huge convenience for passengers. As a fundamental problem, the timely prediction of passenger demands in different regions is vital for effective traffic flow control and route planning. As both spatial and temporal patterns are indispensable passenger demand prediction, relevant research has evolved from pure time series to graph-structured data for modeling historical passenger demand data, where a snapshot graph is constructed for each time slot by connecting region nodes via different relational edges (origin-destination relationship, geographical distance, etc.). Consequently, the spatiotemporal passenger demand records naturally carry dynamic patterns in the constructed graphs, where the edges also encode important information about the directions and volume (i.e., weights) of passenger demands between two connected regions. aspects in the graph-structure data. representation for DDW is the key to solve the prediction problem. However, existing graph-based solutions fail to simultaneously consider those three crucial aspects of dynamic, directed, and weighted graphs, leading to limited expressiveness when learning graph representations for passenger demand prediction. Therefore, we propose a novel spatiotemporal graph attention network, namely Gallat ( G raph prediction with all at tention) as a solution. In Gallat, by comprehensively incorporating those three intrinsic properties of dynamic directed and weighted graphs, we build three attention layers to fully capture the spatiotemporal dependencies among different regions across all historical time slots. Moreover, the model employs a subtask to conduct pretraining so that it can obtain accurate results more quickly. We evaluate the proposed model on real-world datasets, and our experimental results demonstrate that Gallat outperforms the state-of-the-art approaches.


2022 ◽  
Vol 40 (4) ◽  
pp. 1-46
Author(s):  
Hao Peng ◽  
Ruitong Zhang ◽  
Yingtong Dou ◽  
Renyu Yang ◽  
Jingyi Zhang ◽  
...  

Graph Neural Networks (GNNs) have been widely used for the representation learning of various structured graph data, typically through message passing among nodes by aggregating their neighborhood information via different operations. While promising, most existing GNNs oversimplify the complexity and diversity of the edges in the graph and thus are inefficient to cope with ubiquitous heterogeneous graphs, which are typically in the form of multi-relational graph representations. In this article, we propose RioGNN , a novel Reinforced, recursive, and flexible neighborhood selection guided multi-relational Graph Neural Network architecture, to navigate complexity of neural network structures whilst maintaining relation-dependent representations. We first construct a multi-relational graph, according to the practical task, to reflect the heterogeneity of nodes, edges, attributes, and labels. To avoid the embedding over-assimilation among different types of nodes, we employ a label-aware neural similarity measure to ascertain the most similar neighbors based on node attributes. A reinforced relation-aware neighbor selection mechanism is developed to choose the most similar neighbors of a targeting node within a relation before aggregating all neighborhood information from different relations to obtain the eventual node embedding. Particularly, to improve the efficiency of neighbor selecting, we propose a new recursive and scalable reinforcement learning framework with estimable depth and width for different scales of multi-relational graphs. RioGNN can learn more discriminative node embedding with enhanced explainability due to the recognition of individual importance of each relation via the filtering threshold mechanism. Comprehensive experiments on real-world graph data and practical tasks demonstrate the advancements of effectiveness, efficiency, and the model explainability, as opposed to other comparative GNN models.


Author(s):  
Zsombor Petho ◽  
Intiyaz Khan ◽  
Árpád Torok

AbstractThis article investigates cybersecurity issues related to in-vehicle communication networks. In-vehicle communication network security is evaluated based on the protection characteristics of the network components and the topology of the network. The automotive communication network topologies are represented as undirected weighted graphs, and their vulnerability is estimated based on the specific characteristics of the generated graph. Thirteen different vehicle models have been investigated to compare the vulnerability levels of the in-vehicle network using the Dijkstra's shortest route algorithm. An important advantage of the proposed method is that it is in accordance with the most relevant security evaluation models. On the other hand, the newly introduced approach considers the Secure-by-Design concept principles.


2022 ◽  
Vol 190 ◽  
pp. 108310 ◽  
Author(s):  
Hakim Hafidi ◽  
Mounir Ghogho ◽  
Philippe Ciblat ◽  
Ananthram Swami

Author(s):  
Haonan Li ◽  
Ehsan Hamzei ◽  
Ivan Majic ◽  
Hua Hua ◽  
Jochen Renz ◽  
...  

Existing question answering systems struggle to answer factoid questions when geospatial information is involved. This is because most systems cannot accurately detect the geospatial semantic elements from the natural language questions, or capture the semantic relationships between those elements. In this paper, we propose a geospatial semantic encoding schema and a semantic graph representation which captures the semantic relations and dependencies in geospatial questions. We demonstrate that our proposed graph representation approach aids in the translation from natural language to a formal, executable expression in a query language. To decrease the need for people to provide explanatory information as part of their question and make the translation fully automatic, we treat the semantic encoding of the question as a sequential tagging task, and the graph generation of the query as a semantic dependency parsing task. We apply neural network approaches to automatically encode the geospatial questions into spatial semantic graph representations. Compared with current template-based approaches, our method generalises to a broader range of questions, including those with complex syntax and semantics. Our proposed approach achieves better results on GeoData201 than existing methods.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Giovanni Luca Marchetti ◽  
Marco Moletta ◽  
Gustaf Tegner ◽  
Peiyang Shi ◽  
Anastasiia Varava ◽  
...  

Author(s):  
Xun Liu ◽  
Fangyuan Lei ◽  
Guoqing Xia ◽  
Yikuan Zhang ◽  
Wenguo Wei

AbstractSimple graph convolution (SGC) achieves competitive classification accuracy to graph convolutional networks (GCNs) in various tasks while being computationally more efficient and fitting fewer parameters. However, the width of SGC is narrow due to the over-smoothing of SGC with higher power, which limits the learning ability of graph representations. Here, we propose AdjMix, a simple and attentional graph convolutional model, that is scalable to wider structure and captures more nodes features information, by simultaneously mixing the adjacency matrices of different powers. We point out that the key factor of over-smoothing is the mismatched weights of adjacency matrices, and design AdjMix to address the over-smoothing of SGC and GCNs by adjusting the weights to matching values. Experiments on citation networks including Pubmed, Citeseer, and Cora show that our AdjMix improves over SGC by 2.4%, 2.2%, and 3.2%, respectively, while achieving same performance in terms of parameters and complexity, and obtains better performance in terms of classification accuracy, parameters, and complexity, compared to other baselines.


Sensors ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 21 (21) ◽  
pp. 7396
Author(s):  
Bubryur Kim ◽  
Se-Woon Choi ◽  
Gang Hu ◽  
Dong-Eun Lee ◽  
Ronnie O. Serfa Serfa Juan

With the growing demand for structural health monitoring system applications, data imaging is an ideal method for performing regular routine maintenance inspections. Image analysis can provide invaluable information about the health conditions of a structure’s existing infrastructure by recording and analyzing exterior damages. Therefore, it is desirable to have an automated approach that reports defects on images reliably and robustly. This paper presents a multivariate analysis approach for images, specifically for assessing substantial damage (such as cracks). The image analysis provides graph representations that are related to the image, such as the histogram. In addition, image-processing techniques such as grayscale are also implemented, which enhance the object’s information present in the image. In addition, this study uses image segmentation and a neural network, for transforming an image to analyze it more easily and as a classifier, respectively. Initially, each concrete structure image is preprocessed to highlight the crack. A neural network is used to calculate and categorize the visual characteristics of each region, and it shows an accuracy for classification of 98%. Experimental results show that thermal image extraction yields better histogram and cumulative distribution function features. The system can promote the development of various thermal image applications, such as nonphysical visual recognition and fault detection analysis.


Information ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 12 (11) ◽  
pp. 440
Author(s):  
Manos Chatzakis ◽  
Michalis Mountantonakis ◽  
Yannis Tzitzikas

Browsing has been the core access method for the Web from its beginning. Analogously, one good practice for publishing data on the Web is to support dereferenceable URIs, to also enable plain web browsing by users. The information about one URI is usually presented through HTML tables (such as DBpedia and Wikidata pages) and graph representations (by using tools such as LODLive and LODMilla). In most cases, for an entity, the user gets all triples that have that entity as subject or as object. However, sometimes the number of triples is numerous. To tackle this issue, and to reveal similarity (and thus facilitate browsing), in this article we introduce an interactive similarity-based browsing system, called RDFsim, that offers “Parallel Browsing”, that is, it enables the user to see and browse not only the original data of the entity in focus, but also the K most similar entities of the focal entity. The similarity of entities is founded on knowledge graph embeddings; however, the indexes that we introduce for enabling real-time interaction do not depend on the particular method for computing similarity. We detail an implementation of the approach over specific subsets of DBpedia (movies, philosophers and others) and we showcase the benefits of the approach. Finally, we report detailed performance results and we describe several use cases of RDFsim.


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