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However, under certain relaxations the problem can be solved optimally on current data sets in acceptable time. 3. Graph Matching Methods In this section, we describe GNA methods that look for an explicit 1-1 correspondence between the two compared networks. The first method, by Klau, is based on reformulating the alignment problem 24 M. Mongiovı` and R. Sharan as an ILP (11). The variables of the program represent the 1-1 mapping sought. Specifically, for each pair (u, v) ∈ R, the author defines a binary variable xuv denoting whether u and v are matched (xu, v ¼ 1) in the alignment or not (xu, v ¼ 0).
Xj[t] and Xj[t À 1] ! Xi[t], which in the “time rolled” network become Xi ⇌ Xj. For example, see Fig. 2. If we assume the random variables depend only on the 38 A. Larjo et al. Fig. 2. The “time unrolled” DBN network in the right can be seen to represent the left-hand side network. Note that it is also possible to include influences with slower effects, such as the effect of C on B. , make the first-order Markov assumption), then P ðX ½tjX ½t À 1; . . ; X ½1Þ ¼ P ðX ½tjX ½t À 1Þ, and the joint distribution decomposes as T Y P ðX ½1; X ½2; .