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Scalability, continued

March 25, 2013

Now that I’ve fixed a bunch of bugs, the parallel scalability of my code has improved. This plot shows elapsed time for my R package, using pseudolikelihood (Rydén & Titterington 1998) to estimate β:

Pseudolikelihood scalability

That’s a bit more like it!

References

Rydén T & Titterington D M (1998) Computational Bayesian Analysis of Hidden Markov Models JCGS 7(2): 194-211

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