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Learning low-dimensional topological representation of a network in dynamic environments is attracting much attention due to the time-evolving nature of many real-world networks. The main and common objective of Dynamic Network Embedding (DNE) is to efficiently update node embeddings while preserving network topology at each time step. The idea of most existing DNE methods is to capture the topological changes at or around the most affected nodes (instead of all nodes) and accordingly updatearXiv:2008.01935v2 fatcat:e6xwnrqm5zh5veevdgqekq4pka