Bayesian Networks: Advances and Novel Applications
by Douglas McNair (ed.)
Publisher: IntechOpen 2019
Number of pages: 256
Bayesian networks (BN) have recently experienced increased interest and diverse applications in numerous areas, including economics, risk analysis and assets and liabilities management, AI and robotics, transportation systems planning and optimization, political science analytics, law and forensic science assessment of agency and culpability, pharmacology and pharmacogenomics, systems biology and metabolomics, psychology, and policy-making and social programs evaluation.
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