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Due to the need for robust uncertainty quantification, Bayesian neural learning has gained attention in the era of deep learning and big data. Markov Chain Monte-Carlo (MCMC) methods typically implement Bayesian inference which faces several challenges given a large number of parameters, complex and multimodal posterior distributions, and computational complexity of large neural network models. Parallel tempering MCMC addresses some of these limitations given that they can sample multimodalarXiv:1811.08687v3 fatcat:yzsduvrojjaajihutzyrcnz5fy