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Joint Estimation and Inference for Multi-Experiment Networks of High-Dimensional Point Processes

  title={Joint Estimation and Inference for Multi-Experiment Networks of High-Dimensional Point Processes},
  author={Xu Wang and Ali Shojaie},
Modern high-dimensional point process data, especially those from neuroscience experiments, often involve observations from multiple conditions and/or experiments. Networks of interactions corresponding to these conditions are expected to share many edges, but also exhibit unique, condition-specific ones. However, the degree of similarity among the networks from different conditions is generally unknown. Existing approaches for multivariate point processes do not take these structures into… 
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