Intelligent Probabilistic Inference

@inproceedings{Shachter1985IntelligentPI,
  title={Intelligent Probabilistic Inference},
  author={Ross D. Shachter},
  booktitle={UAI},
  year={1985}
}
The analysis of practical probabilistic models on the computer demands a convenient representation for the available knowledge and an efficient algorithm to perform inference. An appealing representation is the influence diagram, a network that makes explicit the random variables in a model and their probabilistic dependencies. Recent advances have developed solution procedures based on the influence diagram. In this paper, we examine the fundamental properties that underlie those techniques… CONTINUE READING
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