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Motivated by the many applications associated with estimation of sparse multivariate models, the estimation of sparse directional connectivity between the imperfectly measured nodes of a network is studied. Node dynamics and interactions are assumed to follow a multivariate autoregressive model driven by noise, and the observations are a noisy linear combination of the underlying node activities. The corresponding maximum a posteriori (MAP) problem is derived to estimate system parameters. Due to the intractability of the MAP problem, the expectation maximization (EM) framework is used to iteratively implement the MAP estimation. To impose sparsity, the EM algorithm is augmented with an
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