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|Title||Dependent Learning of Entity Vectors for Entity Alignment on Knowledge Graphs|
|Institution||University of Zurich|
|Faculty||Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics|
|Abstract Text||The linking of correspondent entities between multiple knowledge graphs (KGs) is known as entity alignment. This thesis introduces the embedding-based method Dependent Learning of Entity Vectors (DELV) for entity alignment. In an iterative fashion, the method learns a low-dimensional vector representation for the entities in a satellite model in dependence of a pretrained central model. Word2vec and rdf2vec constitute the basis for the embedding learning process. DELV is evaluated on real-world datasets, originating from the three knowledge graphs DBpedia, Wikidata and Freebase. DELV outperforms most of its baselines in terms of the mean rank, the hits@1 and hits@10. While entity alignment is normally performed on two KGs, this thesis also demonstrates how DELV can be efficiently used for alignment of unlimited KGs.|