The entity alignment of science and technology patents aims to link the equivalent entities in the knowledge graph of different science and technology patent data sources. Most entity alignment methods only use graph neural network to obtain the embedding of graph structure or use attribute text description to obtain semantic representation, ignoring the process of multi-information fusion in science and technology patents. In order to make use of the graphic structure and auxiliary information such as the name, description and attribute of the patent entity, this paper proposes an entity alignment method based on the graph convolution network for science and technology patent information fusion. Through the graph convolution network and BERT model, the structure information and entity attribute information of the science and technology patent knowledge graph are embedded and represented to achieve multi-information fusion, thus improving the performance of entity alignment. Experiments on three benchmark data sets show that the proposed method Hit@K The evaluation indicators are better than the existing methods.
The relation triples extraction method based on table filling can address the issues of relation overlap and bias propagation. However, most of them only establish separate table features for each relationship, which ignores the implicit relationship between different entity pairs and different relationship features. Therefore, a feature reasoning relational triple extraction method based on table filling for technological patents is proposed to explore the integration of entity recognition and entity relationship, and to extract entity relationship triples from multi-source scientific and technological patents data. Compared with the previous methods, the method we proposed for relational triple extraction has the following advantages: 1) The table filling method that saves more running space enhances the speed and efficiency of the model. 2) Based on the features of existing token pairs and table relations, reasoning the implicit relationship features, and improve the accuracy of triple extraction. On five benchmark datasets, we evaluated the model we suggested. The result suggest that our model is advanced and effective, and it performed well on most of these datasets.