By Glenn Shafer
Probabilistic specialist platforms emphasizes the fundamental computational rules that make probabilistic reasoning possible in specialist platforms. the main to computation in those platforms is the modularity of the probabilistic version. Shafer describes and compares the primary architectures for exploiting this modularity within the computation of previous and posterior chances. He additionally shows how those comparable but various architectures practice to a wide selection of alternative difficulties of recursive computation in utilized arithmetic and operations study.
The box of probabilistic professional structures has persevered to flourish because the writer introduced his lectures at the subject in June 1992, however the knowing of join-tree architectures has remained lacking from the literature. This monograph fills this void through supplying an research of join-tree equipment for the computation of past and posterior chances in trust nets. those tools, pioneered within the mid to overdue Nineteen Eighties, remain important to the speculation and perform of probabilistic specialist structures. as well as merely probabilistic professional structures, join-tree equipment also are utilized in specialist platforms in response to Dempster–Shafer trust capabilities or on risk measures. adaptations also are used for computation in relational databases, in linear optimization, and in constraint delight.
This e-book describes probabilistic specialist structures in a extra rigorous and targeted approach than latest literature, and offers an annotated bibliography that incorporates tips to meetings and software program. additionally incorporated are workouts that may support the reader start to discover the matter of generalizing from likelihood to broader domain names of recursive computation.
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