The traditional message passing algorithm was originally developed by Pearl in the 1980s for computing exact inference solutions for discrete polytree Bayesian networks (BN). When a loop is present in the network, propagating messages are not exact, but the loopy algorithm usually converges and provides good approximate solutions. However, in general hybrid… (More)

@article{Sun2009MessagePF,
title={Message Passing for Hybrid Bayesian Networks: Representation, Propagation, and Integration},
author={Wei Sun and K. C. Chang},
journal={IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems},
year={2009},
volume={45}
}