Graph Embedding for Citation Recommendation [article]

Haofeng Jia, Erik Saule
2018 arXiv   pre-print
As science advances, the academic community has published millions of research papers. Researchers devote time and effort to search relevant manuscripts when writing a paper or simply to keep up with current research. In this paper, we consider the problem of citation recommendation on graph and propose a task-specific neighborhood construction strategy to learn the distributed representations of papers. In addition, given the learned representations, we investigate various schemes to rank the
more » ... andidate papers for citation recommendation. The experimental results show our proposed neighborhood construction strategy outperforms the widely-used random walks based sampling strategy on all ranking schemes, and the model based ranking scheme outperforms embedding based rankings for both neighborhood construction strategies. We also demonstrated that graph embedding is a robust approach for citation recommendation when hidden ratio changes, while the performance of classic methods drop significantly when the set of seed papers is becoming small.
arXiv:1812.03835v1 fatcat:y7rvizwftzhobcoe2xh5ecshta