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Premium member Presentation Transcript Discriminative Probabilistic Models for Relational Data: Discriminative Probabilistic Models for Relational Data Ben Taskar, Pieter Abbeel, Daphne Koller Tradition statistic classification Methods: Tradition statistic classification Methods Dealing with only ‘flat’ data – IID In many supervised learning tasks, entities to be labeled are related to each other in complex way and their labels are not independent This dependence is an important source of information to achieve better classification Collective Classification: Collective Classification Rather than classify each entity separately Simultaneously decide on the class label of all the entities together Explicitly take advantage of the correlation between the labels of related entitiies Undirected vs. directed graphical models : Undirected vs. directed graphical models Undirected graphical models do not impose the acyclicity constraint, but directed ones need acyclicity to define a coherent generative model Undirected graphical models are well suited for discriminative training, achieving better classification accuracy over generative training Our Hypertext Relational Domain: Our Hypertext Relational Domain Label HasWord1 HasWordk ... 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Doc From To Link Schema: Schema A set of entity types Attribute of each entity type Content attribute E.X Label attribute E.Y Reference attribute E.R Instantiation: Instantiation Provide a set of entities I (E) for each entity type E Specify the values of all the attribute of the entities, I.x, I.y, I.r I.r is the instantiation graph, which is call relational skeleton in PRM Markov Network: Markov Network Qualitative component – Cliques Quantitative component – Potentials Cliques: Cliques A set of nodes in the graph G such that for each are connected by an edge in G Potentials: Potentials The potential for the clique c defines the compatibility between values of variables in the clique Log-linearly combination of a set of features Probability in Markov Network: Probability in Markov Network Given the values of all nodes in the Markov Network Conditional Markov Network: Conditional Markov Network Specify the probability of a set of target variables Y given a set of conditioning variables X Relational Markov Network (RMN): Relational Markov Network (RMN) Specifies the conditional probability over all the labels of all the entities in the instantiation given the relational structure and the content attributes Extension of the Conditional Markov Networks with a compact definition on a relational data set Relational clique template: Relational clique template F --- a set of entity variables (From) W--- the condition about the attributes of the entity variables (Where) S --- subset of attributes (content and label attribute) of the entity variables (Select) Relationship to SQL query: Relationship to SQL query SELECT doc1.Category,doc2.Category FROM doc1,doc2,Link link WHERE link.From=doc1.key and link.To=doc2.key Doc1 Doc2 Link Doc1 Potentials: Potentials Potentials are defined at the level of relational clique template The cliques of the same relational clique template have the same potential functions Unrolling the RMN: Unrolling the RMN Given an instantiation of a relational schema, unroll the RMN as follows Find all the cliques in the unrolled the relational schema where the relational clique templates are applicable The potential of a clique is the same as that of the relational clique template which this clique belongs to Slide18: Doc1 Doc3 Doc2 link1 link2 Probability in RMN: Probability in RMN Slide20: Learning RMN: Learning RMN Given a set of relational clique templates Estimate feature weight w using conjugate gradient Objective function--Product of likelihood of instantiation and parameter prior Assume a shrinkage prior over feature weights Learning RMN (Cont’d): Learning RMN (Cont’d) The conjugate gradient of the objective function where Inference in RMN: Inference in RMN Exact inference Intractable due to the network is very large and densely connected Approximate inference Belief propagation Experiments: Experiments WebKB dataset Four CS department websites Five categories (faculty,student,project,course,other) Bag of words on each page Links between pages Experimental setup Trained on three universities Tested on fourth Flat Models: Flat Models Based only on the text content on the WebPages Incorporate meta-data Relational model: Relational model introduce relational clique template over the labels of two pages that are linked Doc2 Link Doc1 Relational model (Cont’d): Relational model (Cont’d) relational clique template over the label of section and the label of the pages it is on Relational clique template over the label of the section containing the link and the label of the target page Slide28: Discriminative vs. Generative: Discriminative vs. Generative Exit+Naïve Bayes: a complete generative model proposed by Getoor et al Exit+logistic: using logistic regression for the conditional probability distribution of page label given words Link: a fully discriminative training model Slide30: You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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