Parallelizable sparse inverse formulation Gaussian processes (SpInGP)

25 Oct 2016  ·  Alexander Grigorievskiy, Neil Lawrence, Simo Särkkä ·

We propose a parallelizable sparse inverse formulation Gaussian process (SpInGP) for temporal models. It uses a sparse precision GP formulation and sparse matrix routines to speed up the computations. Due to the state-space formulation used in the algorithm, the time complexity of the basic SpInGP is linear, and because all the computations are parallelizable, the parallel form of the algorithm is sublinear in the number of data points. We provide example algorithms to implement the sparse matrix routines and experimentally test the method using both simulated and real data.

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