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Probabilistic Reasoning and Bayesian Belief Networks (UNICOM - Information & Communications Technology) Spiral-bound – 24 Feb 1998


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  • Spiral-bound: 290 pages
  • Publisher: Nelson Thornes Ltd (24 Feb. 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1872474268
  • ISBN-13: 978-1872474267
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One of the most significant characteristics of an intelligent computer system is the ability to reason with judgmental knowledge. That is, how it uses heuristics, and improves its decision-making procedures in the light of examples which it is given. These heuristics are typically uncertain. Numerous methods have been suggested and are used for dealing with uncertainty. Many have been developed to overcome particular problems associated with the use of classical formalism for dealing with uncertainty, for example, probability theory. Recent work in theoretical statistics has demonstrated that it is possible to adopt a sound probabilistic approach to uncertain inference using Bayesian belief networks - a graphical representation of causal dependencies. This book summarizes some important work in the development of computational models of Bayesian belief networks, and their applications to medicine, transport and defence.


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