Reference Materials for Beginners

Reference

Reference Materials for Beginners

Here are introduced some technical materials that can be helpful to enter the Challenge.

You can learn more about the Challenge itself by first reading:
・Report on the First Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2018 -Toward the eXplainable AI System- [Springer Link] [arXiv] [SlideShare]

  1. What is Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge?
    1. Report on the First Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2018 -Toward the eXplainable AI System- [Springer Link] [arXiv] [SlideShare]
  2. What were the approached in the past Challenges like?
    1. A Logical Approach to Criminal Case Investigation (2nd prize in 2018)
    2. Explainable Knowledge Reasoning Framework Using Multiple Knowledge Graph Embedding (1st prize in 2020)
  3. How can I use the Knowledge Graphs?
    The Knowledge Graphs are published in LOD and SPARQL endpoint format.
    1. Website for Open Knowledge Graphs
    2. What is LOD (Linked Open Data)?
    3. What is SPARQL?
    4. Sample SPARQL queries for the Challenge
  4. Where can I find articles for reference?
    Please use the followings as reference. The license of the data set is: CC-BY: JSAI SIG-SWO.
    1. Report on the First Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2018 -- Toward the eXplainable AI System
      This is a conference paper accepted in the 9th Joint International Semantic Technology Conference 2019.
      Takahiro Kawamura, Shusaku Egami, Koutarou Tamura, Yasunori Hokazono, Takanori Ugai, Yusuke Koyanagi, Fumihito Nishino, Seiji Okajima, Katsuhiko Murakami, Kunihiko Takamatsu, Aoi Sugiura, Shun Shiramatsu, Xiangyu Zhang, Kouji Kozaki.: Report on the First Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2018 -- Toward the eXplainable AI System, Proceedings of the 9th Joint International Semantic Tecnology Conference (JIST), pp.18-34 (2019)
Other Reference Materials (in Japanese)
49th Special Interest Group on Semantic Web and Ontology (SIG-SWO) Meeting at JSAI Study Groups Joint Meeting 2019 Introduction of the 2nd Challenge 2019
Summary of the Challenge presented in 49th SIG-SWO Meeting. It includes the details of the challenge, from its outline to tips on how to enter, as well as related events.
Study Workshop for Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2019: A practical guidance meeting for entrants Material used for JSAI SWO Group Workshop “Study Workshop and Entry Consultation for Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2019: Not too late! A practical guidance meeting for entrants” on October 21, 2019
Materials for Hands-on Session (RDF processing, Java Library, Java sample programs, etc.)
Examples of execution from the entry of Challenge 2018 (Team Kamikodanaka411)
Study Workshop for Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2019 List of materials used for JSAI SWO Group Workshop “Study Workshop for Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2019” on August 27, 2019
Report on the 1st Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge/Announcement of the 2nd KGRC (Jun. 4, 2019) Materials presented in the 33rd JSAI National Conference 2019
Report on the First Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2018: Toward the eXplainable AI System” (May 1, 2019) Article published on the journal of the Japanese Society for AI, Artificial Intelligence, Vol.34, No.3, in May 2019
Review of the 1st Challenge and Announcement of the 2nd Challenge (Mar. 11, 2019) Materials presented in the JSAI SWO meeting on Ishigaki Island on March 11, 2019
Meet-up@Tokyo for Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2018 (Dec. 26, 2018) Materials used in Meet-up@Tokyo for Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2018 on December 26, 2018
Study Workshop for Entrants (Oct. 18, 2018) Materials presented in Study Workshop for Entrants on October 18, 2018
Study Workshop for Entrants (Aug. 7, 2018) Materials presented in Study Workshop for Entrants of the Challenge on August 7, 2018
Introduction of Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge Brief introduction of the Challenge: materials presented in Meetup for LOD Challenge 2018
Examples of reasoning using SPARQL and a visualization tool Reference material for consideration on how to reason using SPARQL and a visualization tool: summary of the presentation in JSAI 2018
Basic idea of Linked Open Data (LOD) Materials used in the 1st LOD Usage Workshop; Explanatory material on Linked Open Data, which is used for the knowledge graphs provided for the Challenge
Basic idea of SPARQL Materials used in the 1st LOD Usage Workshop; Explanatory materials on SPARQL query language, which are to be used for querying a knowledge graph
SPARQL sample programs Sample collection to use SPARQL from each programming language
Paper presented in JSAI2018 Use the following information for a reference:
Kawamura, T., Egami, S., Tamura, K. Hokazono, Y., Ugai, T., Koyanagi, Y., Nishino, F., Okajima, S., Murakami, K., Takamatsu, K., Sugiura, A., Shiramatsu, S., Zhang, S., Kozaki, K. (2018). Report on the First Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2018: Toward the eXplainable AI System. Proceedings of the 32nd Japanese Society for AI National Conference 2018, 1F1-01.