Yuxiang Ren

Yuxiang Ren
Huawei Technologies

Doctor of Philosophy

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Graph neural networks (GNNs) have shown convincing performance in learning powerful node representations that preserve both node attributes and graph structural information. However, many GNNs encounter problems in effectiveness and efficiency when they are designed with a deeper network structure or handle large‐sized graphs. Several sampling algo...
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Optimization algorithms with momentum have been widely used for building deep learning models because of the fast convergence rate. Momentum helps accelerate Stochastic gradient descent in relevant directions in parameter updating, minifying the oscillations of the parameters update route. The gradient of each step in optimization algorithms with m...
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Graph neural network (GNN) has shown convincing performance in learning powerful node representations that preserve both node attributes and graph structural information. However, many GNNs encounter problems in effectiveness and efficiency when they are designed with a deeper network structure or handle large-sized graphs. Several sampling algorit...
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Unsupervised graph representation learning is a non-trivial topic for graph data. The success of contrastive learning and self-supervised learning in the unsupervised representation learning of structured data inspires similar attempts on the graph. The current unsupervised graph representation learning and pre-training using the contrastive loss a...
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Graph classification is a critical research problem in many applications from different domains. In order to learn a graph classification model, the most widely used supervision component is an output layer together with classification loss (e.g., cross-entropy loss together with softmax or margin loss). In fact, the discriminative information amon...
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The explosive growth of fake news along with destructive effects on politics, economy, and public safety has increased the demand for fake news detection. Fake news on social media does not exist independently in the form of an article. Many other entities, such as news creators, news subjects, and so on, exist on social media and have relationship...
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Graph classification is a critical research problem in many applications from different domains. In order to learn a graph classification model, the most widely used supervision component is an output layer together with classification loss (e.g.,cross-entropy loss together with softmax or margin loss). In fact, the discriminative information among...
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Graph neural networks (GNNs) have achieved outstanding performance in learning graph-structured data. Many current GNNs suffer from three problems when facing large-size graphs and using a deeper structure: neighbors explosion, node dependence, and oversmoothing. In this paper, we propose a general subgraph-based training framework, namely Ripple W...
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The explosive growth of fake news has eroded the credibility of medias and governments. Fake news detection has become an urgent task. News articles along with other related components like news creators and news subjects can be modeled as a heterogeneous information network (HIN for short). In this paper, we focus on studying the HIN- based fake n...
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Fraud detection is extremely critical for e-commerce business. It is the intent of the companies to detect and prevent fraud as early as possible. Existing fraud detection methods try to identify unexpected dense subgraphs and treat related nodes as suspicious. Spectral relaxation-based methods solve the problem efficiently but hurt the performance...
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Social network alignment has been an important research problem for social network analysis in recent years. With the identified shared users across networks, it will provide researchers with the opportunity to achieve a more comprehensive understanding of users' social activities both within and across networks. Social network alignment is a very...
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Graph representation learning is to learn universal node representations that preserve both node attributes and structural information. The derived node representations can be used to serve various downstream tasks, such as node classification and node clustering. When a graph is heterogeneous, the problem becomes more challenging than the homogene...
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Network alignment aims at inferring a set of anchor links matching the shared entities between different information networks, which has become a prerequisite step for effective fusion of multiple information networks. In this paper, we will study the network alignment problem to fuse online social networks specifically. Social network alignment is...
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Optimization algorithms with momentum, e.g., Nesterov Accelerated Gradient and ADAM, have been widely used for building deep learning models because of their faster convergence rates compared to stochastic gradient descent (SGD). Momentum is a method that helps accelerate SGD in the relevant directions in variable updating, which can minify the osc...
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Network alignment aims at inferring a set of anchor links matching the shared entities between different information networks, which has become a prerequisite step for effective fusion of multiple information networks. In this paper, we will study the network alignment problem to fuse online social networks specifically. Social network alignment is...

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