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Dependency networks for inference, collaborative filtering, and data visualization
 Journal of Machine Learning Research
"... We describe a graphical model for probabilistic relationshipsan alternative tothe Bayesian networkcalled a dependency network. The graph of a dependency network, unlike aBayesian network, is potentially cyclic. The probability component of a dependency network, like aBayesian network, is a set of ..."
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We describe a graphical model for probabilistic relationshipsan alternative tothe Bayesian networkcalled a dependency network. The graph of a dependency network, unlike aBayesian network, is potentially cyclic. The probability component of a dependency network, like aBayesian network, is a set of conditional distributions, one for each nodegiven its parents. We identify several basic properties of this representation and describe a computationally e cient procedure for learning the graph and probability components from data. We describe the application of this representation to probabilistic inference, collaborative ltering (the task of predicting preferences), and the visualization of acausal predictive relationships.
Learning Equivalence Classes Of Bayesian Network Structures
, 1996
"... Approaches to learning Bayesian networks from data typically combine a scoring metric with a heuristic search procedure. Given aBayesian network structure, many of the scoring metrics derived in the literature return a score for the entire equivalence class to which the structure belongs. When ..."
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Approaches to learning Bayesian networks from data typically combine a scoring metric with a heuristic search procedure. Given aBayesian network structure, many of the scoring metrics derived in the literature return a score for the entire equivalence class to which the structure belongs. When using such a metric, it is appropriate for the heuristic search algorithm to searchover equivalence classes of Bayesian networks as opposed to individual structures. We present the general formulation of a search space for which the states of the search correspond to equivalence classes of structures. Using this space, anyoneofanumber of heuristic searchalgorithms can easily be applied. We compare greedy search performance in the proposed search space to greedy search performance in a search space for which the states correspond to individual Bayesian network structures. 1
Learning Bayesian Networks: A unification for discrete and Gaussian domains
 PROCEEDINGS OF ELEVENTH CONFERENCE ON UNCERTAINTY INARTI CIAL INTELLIGENCE
, 1995
"... We examine Bayesian methods for learning Bayesian networks from a combination of prior knowledge and statistical data. In particular, we unify the approaches we presented at last year's conference for discrete and Gaussian domains. We derive a general Bayesian scoring metric, appropriate for bo ..."
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We examine Bayesian methods for learning Bayesian networks from a combination of prior knowledge and statistical data. In particular, we unify the approaches we presented at last year's conference for discrete and Gaussian domains. We derive a general Bayesian scoring metric, appropriate for both domains. We then use this metric in combination with wellknown statistical facts about the Dirichlet and normal{Wishart distributions to derive our metrics for discrete and Gaussian domains.
Theory refinement of bayesian networks with hidden variables
 In Machine Learning: Proceedingsof the International Conference
, 1998
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