When do Numbers Really Matter?

7 Aug 2014 Hei Chan Adnan Darwiche

Common wisdom has it that small distinctions in the probabilities quantifying a Bayesian network do not matter much for the resultsof probabilistic queries. However, one can easily develop realistic scenarios under which small variations in network probabilities can lead to significant changes in computed queries... (read more)

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