Variational Message Passing

@article{Winn2005VariationalMP,
  title={Variational Message Passing},
  author={John M. Winn and Christopher M. Bishop},
  journal={Journal of Machine Learning Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={6},
  pages={661-694}
}
This paper presents Variational Message Passing (VMP), a general purpose algorithm for applying variational inference to a Bayesian Network. Like belief propagation, Variational Message Passing proceeds by passing messages between nodes in the graph and updating posterior beliefs using local operations at each node. Each such update increases a lower bound on the log evidence (unless already at a local maximum). In contrast to belief propagation, VMP can be applied to a very general class of… CONTINUE READING
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