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The main objectives of the proposed research project are to enhance researchers knowledge (i) of fitting models based on Bayesian networks to reinforcement learning models such as partially-observable Markov decision processes (POMDPs); (ii) of evaluation tools to measure functional hearing capacities in difficult listeners such as young children or elderly adults.
The Bayesian networks are natural successors of statistical approaches to Artificial Intelligence and Data Mining.
Two papers from MIT apply Bayesian networks and decision groups to analyze potential risks posed by the carbon dioxide injection processes, storage in carboniferous formations, and contamination of water aquifers.
02 9:00 CLASSIFICATION OF EEG SIGNALS BASED ON EMPIRICAL MODE DECOMPOSITION AND BAYESIAN NETWORKS APPLICATION Ram Bilas Paction (1), Jyotirmay Gadewadikar (2), Ognjen Kuljaca (3) (1) Indian Institute of Technology, (2) Sensors and Automation Laboratory, Alcorn State University, (3) Bodarski Institute In this work, application of intelligent decision methods in the detection of epileptic seizures though the classification of EEG signals is presented.
Their topics include the mechanical generation of admissible heuristics, paranoia versus overconfidence in imperfect-information games, graphical models of the visual cortex, extending Bayesian networks to the open-universe class, effect heterogeneity and bias in main-effect-only regression models, Pearl causality and the value of control, and fond memories from an old student.
He has pioneered the development of graphical models, including a class of graphical models known as Bayesian networks, which can be used to represent and draw inferences from probabilistic knowledge in a highly transparent and computationally efficient way.
Dynamic Bayesian Networks Bayesian networks, (17) also called belief networks or causal networks, are acyclic-directed graphs that model probabilistic influences among variables.
Researchers have developed a couple of algorithms to have more efficient inference in Bayesian networks more efficient, such as variational methods (Bishop, Spiegelhalter, & Winn, 2003), variable elimination method and likelihood weighting methods (Liu & Soetjipto, 2004), and those surveyed by Russell and Norvig in their book in their book (Russell & Norvig, 2003).