Experiences with Modelling Issues in Building Probabilistic Networks
Building a probabilistic network for a real-life application is a difficult and time-consuming task. Methodologies for building such a network, however, are still lacking. Also, literature on network-specific modelling issues is quite scarce. As we have developed a large probabilistic network for a complex medical domain, we have encountered and resolved numerous non-trivial modelling issues. Since many of these issues pertain not only to our application but are likely to emerge for other applications as well, we feel that sharing them will contribute to engineering probabilistic networks in general.
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