Software Engineering Event Modeling using Relative Time in Temporal Knowledge Graphs

ICML 2020

Software Engineering Event Modeling using Relative Time in Temporal Knowledge Graphs

Jul 12, 2020
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We present a multi-relational temporal Knowledge Graph based on the daily interactions between artifacts in GitHub, one of the largest social coding platforms. Such representation enables posing many user-activity and project management questions as link prediction and time queries over the knowledge graph. In particular, we introduce two new datasets for i) interpolated time-conditioned link prediction and ii) extrapolated time-conditioned link/time prediction queries, each with distinguished properties. Our experiments on these datasets highlight the potential of adapting knowledge graphs to answer broad software engineering questions. Meanwhile, it also reveals the unsatisfactory performance of existing temporal models on extrapolated queries and time prediction queries in general. To overcome these shortcomings, we introduce an extension to current temporal models using relative temporal information with regards to past events. Speakers: Kian Ahrabian, Daniel Tarlow, Hehuimin Cheng, Jin L. C. Guo

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