Inductive learning for product assortment graph completion [article]

Haris Dukic, Georgios Deligiorgis, Pierpaolo Sepe, Davide Bacciu, Marco Trincavelli
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Global retailers have assortments that contain hundreds of thousands of products that can be linked by several types of relationships like style compatibility, "bought together", "watched together", etc. Graphs are a natural representation for assortments, where products are nodes and relations are edges. Relations like style compatibility are often produced by a manual process and therefore do not cover uniformly the whole graph. We propose to use inductive learning to enhance a graph encoding
more » ... style compatibility of a fashion assortment, leveraging rich node information comprising textual descriptions and visual data. Then, we show how the proposed graph enhancement improves substantially the performance on transductive tasks with a minor impact on graph sparsity.
arXiv:2110.01677v1 fatcat:zpfry4bpcfa2daz77okwncprxi