Logarithmic Time Parallel Bayesian Inference

01/30/2013 ∙ by David M. Pennock, et al. ∙ 0

I present a parallel algorithm for exact probabilistic inference in Bayesian networks. For polytree networks with n variables, the worst-case time complexity is O(log n) on a CREW PRAM (concurrent-read, exclusive-write parallel random-access machine) with n processors, for any constant number of evidence variables. For arbitrary networks, the time complexity is O(r^3w*log n) for n processors, or O(w*log n) for r^3w*n processors, where r is the maximum range of any variable, and w is the induced width (the maximum clique size), after moralizing and triangulating the network.



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