Type-based Neural Link Prediction Adapter for Complex Query Answering

Lingning Song, Yi Zu, Shan Lu, Jieyue He
Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence (cs.AI)
2024-01-29 00:00:00
Answering complex logical queries on incomplete knowledge graphs (KGs) is a fundamental and challenging task in multi-hop reasoning. Recent work defines this task as an end-to-end optimization problem, which significantly reduces the training cost and enhances the generalization of the model by a pretrained link predictors for query answering. However, most existing proposals ignore the critical semantic knowledge inherently available in KGs, such as type information, which could help answer complex logical queries. To this end, we propose TypE-based Neural Link Prediction Adapter (TENLPA), a novel model that constructs type-based entity-relation graphs to discover the latent relationships between entities and relations by leveraging type information in KGs. Meanwhile, in order to effectively combine type information with complex logical queries, an adaptive learning mechanism is introduced, which is trained by back-propagating during the complex query answering process to achieve adaptive adjustment of neural link predictors. Experiments on 3 standard datasets show that TENLPA model achieves state-of-the-art performance on complex query answering with good generalization and robustness.
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