Keywords: Python, graphical neural networks, mixup, graphon
Abstract: We attempt to reproduce results on a novel graph data mixup method called "G-Mixup". We investigate both theoretical and experimental claims on the effectiveness of G-Mixup to produce mixed-up synthetic graphs and to improve the performance of graph neural networks. Although we are able to reproduce some of the original paper's experimental results to within 6% of their reported values, our results do not provide statistically significantly evidence that G-Mixup improves the performance of GNNs, nor does it perform better than other data augmentation methods.
Paper Url: https://proceedings.mlr.press/v162/han22c.html
Paper Venue: ICML 2022
Supplementary Material: zip
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Journal: ReScience Volume 9 Issue 2 Article 34