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For a given discrete-valued DBN, likelihood of the static data can be computed in a straightforward manner by solving for the steady-state distribution of the DBN. Frequentist methods, however, are not well-suited for this problem because, for example, several DBNs can have the same steady-state distribution. Bayesian inference in turn is computationally challenging because the marginal likelihood cannot be computed in a closed form. An efficient reversible jump MCMC (RJMCMC) method is proposed in (17) to sample from the full posterior of DBNs, including both G and y.
1. (a) An example of a small Bayesian network, consisting of three nodes with G3 having G1 and G2 as parents. (b) shows an example of the parameters of node G3 when the BN is discrete valued and all nodes are binary, which can be interpreted, for example, as being on/off or present/absent. 9 that gene G3 is expressed. In (c), an example where the nodes in (a) are allowed to have continuous values from [0, 1] is considered and the plotted function is the value of probability distribution function f for G3¼1.
43 Fig. 3. Averaged results from four different runs showing Euclidean distance from edge posterior probabilities, calculated using samples from chains run with active and nonactive learning methods, to the “steady-state” posterior distribution. The system and data were the 11 node network from (21). Number of measurements shows the number of data points sampled after the initial 40 observational datapoints. For each run, the initial burn-in was 2 Á105, between-measurement burn-in was 5,000, graph sample size 5,000, and sampled observations 300.