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Complex node interactions are common in knowledge graphs, and these interactions also contain rich knowledge information. However, traditional methods usually treat a triple as a training unit during the knowledge representation learning (KRL) procedure, neglecting contextualized information of the nodes in knowledge graphs (KGs). We generalize the modeling object to a very general form, which theoretically supports any subgraph extracted from the knowledge graph, and these subgraphs are fedarXiv:1912.00147v3 fatcat:7ovn5wag2nb4vpjhz6hjnyysla