HNHN: Hypergraph Networks With Hyperedge Neurons

  • Yihe Dong
  • Will Sawin
  • Yoshua Bengio

Graph Representation Learning and Beyond Workshop at ICML 2020 |

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Hypergraphs provide a natural representation for many real world datasets. We propose a novel framework, HNHN, for hypergraph representation learning. HNHN is a hypergraph convolution network with nonlinear activation functions applied to both hypernodes and hyperedges, combined with a normalization scheme that can flexibly adjust the importance of high-cardinality hyperedges and high-degree vertices depending on the dataset. We demonstrate improved performance of HNHN in both classification accuracy and speed on real world datasets when compared to state of the art methods.