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Chained inference

  • Evidence - a node takes on some value

  • Inference

    • Compute belief (probabilities) of other nodes

      • conditioned on the known evidence

    • Two kinds of inference: Diagnostic and Predictive

  • Computational complexity

    • General network: NP-hard

      • Tree-like networks are easily tractable

      • Much other work on efficient exact and approximate Bayesian network inference

        • Clever dynamic programming

        • Approximate inference (“loopy belief propagation”)


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