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 Linked data arise in various domains, e.g., in chem- and bioinformatics,​ social network analysis and computer vision, and can be naturally represented as graphs. Therefore, **machine learning** and **data analytics** with graphs have become an active research area of increasing importance. Linked data arise in various domains, e.g., in chem- and bioinformatics,​ social network analysis and computer vision, and can be naturally represented as graphs. Therefore, **machine learning** and **data analytics** with graphs have become an active research area of increasing importance.
-A prominent method used for data analytics on graphs, like, e.g., supervised graph classification with support vector machines, are **graph kernels**, which compute a similarity score between pairs of graphs. ​ 
  
 +A prominent method used for data analytics on graphs, like, e.g., supervised graph classification with support vector machines, are **graph kernels**, which compute a similarity score between pairs of graphs. ​
 In the last fifteen years, a plethora of graph kernels has been published. In the last fifteen years, a plethora of graph kernels has been published.
 An important class of graph kernels are **Weisfeiler--Leman subtree kernels**. They are based on the well-known color refinement algorithm for isomorphism testing. Our lab will explore, evaluate and extend various variants of the WL-kernels. Furthermore,​ we will take a look at connections to other research areas like deep learning, pebble games or linear programming. An important class of graph kernels are **Weisfeiler--Leman subtree kernels**. They are based on the well-known color refinement algorithm for isomorphism testing. Our lab will explore, evaluate and extend various variants of the WL-kernels. Furthermore,​ we will take a look at connections to other research areas like deep learning, pebble games or linear programming.
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