Graph Classification [chapter]

Koji Tsuda, Hiroto Saigo
2010 Managing and Mining Graph Data  
Supervised learning on graphs is a central subject in graph data processing. In graph classification and regression, we assume that the target values of a certain number of graphs or a certain part of a graph are available as a training dataset, and our goal is to derive the target values of other graphs or the remaining part of the graph. In drug discovery applications, for example, a graph and its target value correspond to a chemical compound and its chemical activity. In this chapter, we
more » ... iew state-of-the-art methods of graph classification. In particular, we focus on two representative methods, graph kernels and graph boosting, and we present other methods in relation to the two methods. We describe the strengths and weaknesses of different graph classification methods and recent efforts to overcome the challenges.
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-6045-0_11 dblp:series/ads/TsudaS10 fatcat:7qyefise4fb2dbo7lpkymhgufq