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Variational Bayesian methods are a family of techniques for approximating Network Inference From Time-Course Data 35 intractable integrals arising in Bayesian inference. These methods are used in complex statistical models consisting of observed variables as well as unknown parameters and latent variables, with various sorts of relationships among the three types of random variables. Typically, the parameters and latent variables are grouped together as unobserved variables. Variational Bayesian methods are primarily used for two purposes: 1.
Network-Based Conceptualization of Observational Data 55 As discussed, many existing methods adopt density-based clustering for identification of modules. However, biological complexes are not necessarily identifiable as dense subnetworks; therefore, the detection of sparse complexes remains a challenging task . Among other reasons, the lack of sufficient interactions can be due to the incompleteness of experimental interaction maps. sg/∼cherny/SWC/). 4 CATEGORIZATION OF NETWORK INFERENCE METHODS Network inference (ie, the reconstruction of biological networks from experimental data) can be broadly classified as top-down or bottomup network inference.
8) [32, 35]: rij (τ ) = Cij (τ ) |Cii (τ )Cjj (τ )| . 8) Finally, from the correlation matrix we calculate a distance matrix D whose elements are defined in Eq. 10) τ is the maximum absolute value of the correlation between two species with a time lag τ . The distances are used to find the connections between the different species in the system. Namely, the distances measure the relatedness of the time series describing the time behavior of the species; the more related they are, the likelier it is that two species are connected by a single reaction.