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BARD: A structured technique for group elicitation of Bayesian networks to support analytic reasoning

@article{Nicholson2020BARDAS,
  title={BARD: A structured technique for group elicitation of Bayesian networks to support analytic reasoning},
  author={Ann E. Nicholson and Kevin B. Korb and Erik P. Nyberg and Michael Wybrow and Ingrid Zukerman and Steven Mascaro and Shreshth Thakur and Abraham Oshni Alvandi and Jeff Riley and R. Anne Pearson and Shane Morris and Matthieu Herrmann and Akm Azad and Fergus Bolger and Ulrike Hahn and David A. Lagnado},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2003.01207}
}
  • Ann E. Nicholson, Kevin B. Korb, +13 authors David A. Lagnado
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • In many complex, real-world situations, problem solving and decision making require effective reasoning about causation and uncertainty. However, human reasoning in these cases is prone to confusion and error. Bayesian networks (BNs) are an artificial intelligence technology that models uncertain situations, supporting probabilistic and causal reasoning and decision making. However, to date, BN methodologies and software require significant upfront training, do not provide much guidance on the… CONTINUE READING

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