We seek to quantify the failure and success of dynamic Bayesian networks (DBNs), a popular tool for reverse-engineering networks from time-series data. In particular, we focus on data generated by continuous time processes (e.g., genetic expression) and sampled at discrete times. To facilitate analysis and interpretation, we employ a "minimal model" to… (More)
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