Bayesian Networks: An Introduction provides a self-contained introduction to the theory and applications of Bayesian networks, a topic of interest and importance for statisticians, computer scientists and those involved in modelling complex data sets. The material has been extensively tested in classroom teaching and assumes a basic knowledge of probability, statistics and mathematics. All notions are carefully explained and feature exercises throughout.
This book will prove a valuable resource for postgraduate students of statistics, computer engineering, mathematics, data mining, artificial intelligence, and biology.
Researchers and users of comparable modelling or statistical techniques such as neural networks will also find this book of interest.
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"It assumes only a basic knowledge of probability, statistics and mathematics and is well suited for classroom teaching . . . Each chapter of the book is concluded with short notes on the literature and a set of helpful exercises." (Mathematical Reviews, 2011)
"Extensively tested in classroom teaching ... .The authors clearly define all concepts and provide numerous examples and exercises." (Book News, December 2009)
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