Multimodal Analogical Reasoning over Knowledge GraphsDownload PDF

Published: 01 Feb 2023, 19:18, Last Modified: 01 Mar 2023, 05:36ICLR 2023 posterReaders: Everyone
Keywords: knowledge graph, multimodal, analogical reasoning, prompt learning, pre-trained language model
TL;DR: Multimodal analogical reasoning over knowledge graphs with a new dataset MARS and a new framework MarT.
Abstract: Analogical reasoning is fundamental to human cognition and holds an important place in various fields. However, previous studies mainly focus on single-modal analogical reasoning and ignore taking advantage of structure knowledge. Notably, the research in cognitive psychology has demonstrated that information from multimodal sources always brings more powerful cognitive transfer than single modality sources. To this end, we introduce the new task of multimodal analogical reasoning over knowledge graphs, which requires multimodal reasoning ability with the help of background knowledge. Specifically, we construct a Multimodal Analogical Reasoning dataSet (MARS) and a multimodal knowledge graph MarKG. We evaluate with multimodal knowledge graph embedding and pre-trained Transformer baselines, illustrating the potential challenges of the proposed task. We further propose a novel model-agnostic Multimodal analogical reasoning framework with Transformer (MarT) motivated by the structure mapping theory, which can obtain better performance. We hope our work can deliver benefits and inspire future research. Code and datasets are available in
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