Deep Learning for Graphs
The tutorial will introduce the lively field of deep learning for graphs and its applications. Dealing with graph data requires learning models capable of adapting to structured samples of varying size and topology, capturing the relevant structural patterns to perform predictive and explorative tasks while maintaining the efficiency and scalability necessary to process large scale networks. The tutorial will first introduce foundational aspects and seminal models for learning with graph structured data. Then it will discuss the most recent advancements in terms of deep learning for network and graph data, including learning structure embeddings, graph convolutions, attentional models and graph generation.
Tutorial slides are avalable here.
Tutorial paper on Deep Learning for graphs:
D. Bacciu, F.Errica, A. Micheli, M. Podda, A Gentle Introduction to Deep Learning for Graphs, Neural Networks, Vol 129, pp 203-221, 2020