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Learning Graphical Model Parameters with Approximate Marginal Inference

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1 Author(s)
Justin Domke ; NICTA and Australia National University, Canberra

Likelihood-based learning of graphical models faces challenges of computational complexity and robustness to model misspecification. This paper studies methods that fit parameters directly to maximize a measure of the accuracy of predicted marginals, taking into account both model and inference approximations at training time. Experiments on imaging problems suggest marginalization-based learning performs better than likelihood-based approximations on difficult problems where the model being fit is approximate in nature.

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IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 10 )