Despite the significant success in various domains, the data-driven deep neural networks compromise the feature interpretability, lack the global reasoning capability, and can’t incorporate external information crucial for complicated real-world tasks. Since the structured knowledge can provide rich cues to record human observations and commonsense, it is thus desirable to bridge symbolic semantics with learned local feature representations. In this chapter, we review works that incorporate different domain knowledge into the intermediate feature representation.These methods firstly construct a domain-specific graph that represents related human knowledge. Then, they characterize node representations with neural network features and perform graph convolution to enhance these symbolic nodes via the graph neural network(GNN).Lastly, they map the enhanced node feature back into the neural network for further propagation or prediction. Through integrating knowledge graphs into neural networks, one can collaborate feature learning and graph reasoning with the same supervised loss function and achieve a more effective and interpretable way to introduce structure constraints.
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