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Knowledge graphs store facts using relations between pairs of entities. In this work, we address the question of link prediction in knowledge graphs. Our general approach broadly follows neighborhood aggregation schemes such as that of Graph Convolutional Networks (GCN), which in turn was motivated by spectral graph convolutions. Our proposed model will aggregate information from neighbour entities and relations. Contrary to most existing knowledge graph completion methods, our model is expected to work in the inductive setting: Predicting relations for entities not seen during training.
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