Learning with Bayesian Networks. Author: David Heckerman Presented by Yan Zhang April 24 2006. Outline. Bayesian Approach Bayes Therom Bayesian vs. classical probability methods coin toss – an example Bayesian Network Structure Inference Learning Probabilities
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Author: David Heckerman
Presented by Yan Zhang
April 24 2006
To find the probability that Xn+1=heads, we must integrate over all possible values of to find the average value of which yields:
How do Bayesian techniques compare to other learning models?
p(H|H) = 0.1p(T|H) = 0.9p(H|T) = 0.9p(T|T) = 0.1