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Bayesian Networks and effect Diagrams: A advisor to development and research, moment Edition, offers a entire consultant for practitioners who desire to comprehend, build, and examine clever platforms for selection help according to probabilistic networks. This re-creation includes six new sections, as well as fully-updated examples, tables, figures, and a revised appendix. meant essentially for practitioners, this publication doesn't require subtle mathematical talents or deep realizing of the underlying idea and techniques nor does it speak about substitute applied sciences for reasoning below uncertainty. the speculation and techniques provided are illustrated via greater than one hundred forty examples, and routines are incorporated for the reader to ascertain his or her point of realizing. The options and techniques awarded for wisdom elicitation, version building and verification, modeling suggestions and tips, studying types from info, and analyses of types have all been built and sophisticated at the foundation of diverse classes that the authors have held for practitioners around the globe.

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0:1111; 0:3333; 0:5556/; that is, once the color of the first ball is known, our belief about the color of the second changes. 2 See Sect. 3 on page 50 for more on marginalization. 46 3 Probabilities Fig. X | Y /, where X is a single variable and Y is a (possibly empty) set of variables. X | Y /. X /. This relation between X and Y D {Y1 ; : : : ; Yn } can be represented graphically as the DAG illustrated in Fig. 1, where the child vertex is labeled X and the parent vertices are labeled Y1 , Y2 , etc.

2 Directed Global Markov Criterion The directed global Markov criterion (Lauritzen et al. 1990b) provides a criterion that is equivalent to that of the d-separation criterion but which in some cases may prove more efficient in terms of requiring less inspections of possible paths between the involved vertices of the graphs. 5 (Directed Global Markov Criterion). V; E/ be a DAG and A; B; S be disjoint sets of V . A[B[S / . Although the criterion might look somewhat complicated at a first glance, it is actually quite easy to apply.

2 Vertices Vs. , Bayesian networks). 1 The taxonomy for variables/vertices 2 Networks Category Chance Decision Utility Kind Discrete Continuous Subtype Labeled Boolean Numbered Interval Note that the subtype dimension only applies for discrete chance and decision variables convenient to distinguish between variables and vertices, as a vertex does not necessarily represent a variable. In this book, we shall therefore maintain that distinction. ) to denote vertices and uppercase letters like U; V; W to denote sets of vertices.

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