Approximate inference

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Approximate inference methods make it possible to learn realistic models from big data by trading off computation time for accuracy, when exact learning and inference are computationally intractable.

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  1. ^ "Approximate Inference and Constrained Optimization". Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence - UAI: 313–320. 2003.
  2. ^ "Approximate Inference". Retrieved 2013-07-15.

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