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Machine Reasoning to Assess Pandemics Risks: Case of USS Theodore Roosevelt

@article{Lai2020MachineRT,
  title={Machine Reasoning to Assess Pandemics Risks: Case of USS Theodore Roosevelt},
  author={K. Lai and S. Yanushkevich},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2008.11040}
}
  • K. Lai, S. Yanushkevich
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Assessment of risks of pandemics to communities and workplaces requires an intelligent decision support system (DSS). The core of such DSS must be based on machine reasoning techniques such as inference and shall be capable of estimating risks and biases in decision making. In this paper, we use a causal network to make Bayesian inference on COVID-19 data, in particular, assess risks such as infection rate and other precaution indicators. Unlike other statistical models, a Bayesian causal… CONTINUE READING

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