Archive for October, 2010

Conference Paper, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS), 2010, Vancouver, Canada
Authors: Matthias Broecheler and Lise Getoor
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Data set used in the experiments
Abstract
Continuous Markov random fields are a general formalism to model joint probability distributions over events with continuous outcomes. We prove that marginal computation for constrained continuous MRFs is #P-hard in general [...]


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