dynamic network, link prediction, matrix factorization
A Non-negative Matrix Factorization (NMF)-based method is proposed to solve the link prediction problem in dynamic graphs. The method learns latent features from the temporal and topological structure of a dynamic network and can obtain higher prediction results. We present novel iterative rules to construct matrix factors that carry important network features and prove the convergence and correctness of these algorithms. Finally, we demonstrate how latent NMF features can express network dynamics efficiently rather than by static representation, thereby yielding better performance. The amalgamation of time and structural information makes the method achieve prediction results that are more accurate. Empirical results on real-world networks show that the proposed algorithm can achieve higher accuracy prediction results in dynamic networks in comparison to other algorithms.
Tsinghua University Press
Nahla Mohamed Ahmed, Ling Chen, Yulong Wang et al. DeepEye: Link Prediction in Dynamic Networks Based on Non-negative Matrix Factorization. Big Data Mining and Anyalytics 2018, 1(1): 19-33.