Back in March, Tina Eliassi-Rad visited DyDAn and talked about some of her recent work on Dynamic Semantic Graph analysis. Many natural questions she introduced lead to concrete research problems:
- How to visualize a semantic graph, and adequately convey the different relationships therein?
- How to find paths of connections in semantic graphs, and determine if these are significant?
- How to efficiently find instances of a particular subgraph within a large Semantic Graph (with wildcard matching, etc.)?
- How to find patterns or anomalies within the data, indicating unexpected relations or features to investigate in more detail?
A recent workshop at DyDAn also studied the problems of semantic graphs from a variety of perspectives -- the slides are available from the workshop website.