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JMLR
2008
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Graphical Methods for Efficient Likelihood Inference in Gaussian Covariance Models
In graphical modelling, a bi-directed graph encodes marginal independences among random variables that are identified with the vertices of the graph. We show how to transform a bi...
Mathias Drton, Thomas S. Richardson
TSP
2012
8 years 1 months ago
Distributed Covariance Estimation in Gaussian Graphical Models
—We consider distributed estimation of the inverse covariance matrix in Gaussian graphical models. These models factorize the multivariate distribution and allow for efficient d...
Ami Wiesel, Alfred O. Hero
TSP
2010
9 years 17 days ago
Gaussian multiresolution models: exploiting sparse Markov and covariance structure
We consider the problem of learning Gaussian multiresolution (MR) models in which data are only available at the finest scale and the coarser, hidden variables serve both to captu...
Myung Jin Choi, Venkat Chandrasekaran, Alan S. Wil...
ICML
2006
IEEE
10 years 6 months ago
Convex optimization techniques for fitting sparse Gaussian graphical models
We consider the problem of fitting a large-scale covariance matrix to multivariate Gaussian data in such a way that the inverse is sparse, thus providing model selection. Beginnin...
Onureena Banerjee, Laurent El Ghaoui, Alexandre d'...
CORR
2010
Springer
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9 years 4 months ago
Sparse Inverse Covariance Selection via Alternating Linearization Methods
Gaussian graphical models are of great interest in statistical learning. Because the conditional independencies between different nodes correspond to zero entries in the inverse c...
Katya Scheinberg, Shiqian Ma, Donald Goldfarb
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