1.in a nutshell:概括地说, 简言之, 一言以蔽之.
e.g.In a nutshell, GNN are shown to be universal if four strong conditions are met: ...
3. on-the-fly:动态的(地), 运行中的(地).
4.shed light on/into:揭示, 揭露; 阐明; 解释; 将…弄明白; 照亮.
e.g.These contemporary worksshed light intothe stability and generalization capabilities of GCNs.
e.g.Discovering roles and communities in networks canshed light onnumerous graphmining tasks such as ...
5.boil down to:重点是; 将…归结为.
e.g.These aforementioned works usuallyboil down toa general classification task, where the model is learnt on a training set and selected by checking a validation set.
6. for the sake of:为了.
e.g.The local structures anchored around each node as well as the attributes of nodes therein are jointly encoded with graph convolutionfor the sake ofhigh-level feature extraction.
7. dates back to:追溯到.
e.g.The usual problem setupdates backat leasttoBecker and Hinton (1992).
8. carry out:实施, 执行, 实行.
e.g.Wecarry outextensive ablation studies and sensi- tivity analysis to show the effectiveness of the proposed functional time encoding and TGAT-layer.
9. lay beyond the reach of:...能力达不到
e.g.They provide us with information on higher-order dependencies between the components of a system, whichlay beyond the reach ofmodels that exclusively capture pairwise links.
10.account for:( 数量或比例上)占; 导致, 解释(某种事实或情况); 解释, 说明(某事); (某人)对(行动、政策等)负有责任; 将(钱款)列入(预算).
e.g.Multilayer modelsaccount forthe fact that many real complexsystems exhibit multiple types of interactions.
11.along with:除某物以外; 随同…一起, 跟…一起.
e.g.Along withgiving us the ability to reason about topological features including community structures or node centralities, network science enables us to understand how the topology of a system influences dynamical processes, and thus its function.
12.dates back to:可追溯到.
e.g.The usual problem setupdates back at least toBecker and Hinton (1992) and can conceptually be described as follows: ...
13.to this end:为此目的;为此计;为了达到这个目标.
e.g.To this end, we consider a simple setup of learning a representation of the top half of MNIST handwritten digit images.
14.Unless stated otherwise:除非另有说明.
e.g.Unless stated otherwise,we use a bilinear criticf(x,y)=xTWyf(x,y)=xTWy, set the batch size to128128and the learning rate to10−410−4.
15.As a reference point:作为参照.
e.g.As a reference point,the linear classification accuracy from pixels drops to about 84% due to the added noise.
16.through the lens of:透过镜头. (以...视角)
e.g.There are (at least) two immediate benefits of viewing recent representation learning methods based on MI estimatorsthrough the lens ofmetric learning.
17.in accordance with:符合；依照；和…一致.
e.g.The metric learning view seems hencein better accordance withthe observations from Section 3.2 than the MI view.
It can be shown that the anchors selected by our Graph Anchor LDA are not onlyindicative of “topics” but are alsoin accordance withthe actual graph structures.
18. be akin to:近似, 类似, 类似于.
e.g. Thus, our learning modelis akin tocomplex contagion dynamics.
19.to name a few:仅举几例;举几个来说.
e.g.Multitasking, multidisciplinary work and multi-authored works,to name a few, are ingrained in the fabric of science culture and certainly multi-multi is expected in order to succeed and move up the scientific ranks.
20.a handful of:一把;一小撮;少数
e.g.A handful ofempirical work has investigated the robustness of complex networks at the community level.
e.g.Failures on one network could elicit failures on its coupled networks, i.e., networks with which the focal network interacts, and eventually those failures wouldwreak havocon the entire network.
22.apart from: 除了
e.g.We further posit thatapart fromnodeaanodebbhaskkneighboring nodes.