TensorFlow 2 implementation of Deep Graph Convolutional Neural Networks.
TensorFlow 2 implementation of An end-to-end deep learning architecture for graph classification based on work by M. Zhang et al., 2018.
Moreover, we offer an attention based modification of the above by utilising graph attention (Veličković et al., 2017) to learn edge weights.
pip install dgcnn. The only dependency is
The core data structure is the graph signal. If we have N nodes in a graph each having C observed features then the graph signal is the tensor with shape (batch, N, C) corresponding to the data produced by all nodes. Often we have sequences of graph signals in a time series. We will call them temporal graph signals and assume a shape of (batch, time steps, N, C). For each graph signal we also need to have the corresponding adjacency matrices of shape (batch, N, N) or (batch, timesteps, N, N) for temporal and non-temporal data, respectively. While DGCNNs can operate on graphs with different node-counts, C should always be the same and each batch should only contain graphs with the same number of nodes.
This adaptable layer contains the whole DGCNN architecture and operates on both temporal and non-temporal data. It takes the graph signals and their corresponding adjacency matrices and performs the following steps (as described in the paper):
Import this layer with
from gdcnn.components import DeepGraphConvolution.
Initiated it with the following parameters:
Thus, if we have non-temporal graph signals with 10 nodes and 5 features each and we would like to apply a DGCNN containing 3 graph convolutions with hidden feature dimensions of 10, 5 and 2 and SortPooling that keeps the 5 most relevant nodes. Then we would run
from dgcnn.components import DeepGraphConvolution from tensorflow.keras.layers import Input from tensorflow.keras import Model # generating random graph signals as test data graph_signal = np.random.normal(size=(100, 10, 5) # corresponding fully connected adjacency matrices adjacency = np.ones((100, 10, 10)) # inputs to the DGCNN X = Input(shape=(10, 5), name="graph_signal") E = Input(shape=(10, 10), name="adjacency") # DGCNN # Note that we pass the signals and adjacencies as a tuple. # The graph signal always goes first! output = DeepGraphConvolution([10, 5, 2], k=5 )((X, E)) # defining model model = Model(inputs=[X, E], outputs=output)
Further layers and features
The documentation contains information on how to use the internal
AttentionMechanism layers and also describes more optional parameters like regularisers, initialisers and constrains that can be used.
Bug reports, fixes and additional features are always welcome! Make sure to run the tests with
python setup.py test and write your own for new features. Thanks.
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