Subject: Software | Management Information Systems | Information Systems and Management | Bayesian networks; Mutually exclusive events; Causes; Uncertain reasoning | Artificial Intelligence
We show that existing Bayesian network (BN) modelling techniques cannot capture the correct intuitive reasoning in the important case when a set of mutually exclusive events need to be modelled as separate nodes instead of states of a single node. A previously proposed ... View more
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