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METMBS

2003

2003

Causal Probabilistic Networks (CPNs), (a.k.a. Bayesian Networks, or Belief Networks) are well-established representations in biomedical applications such as decision support systems and predictive modeling or mining of causal hypotheses. CPNs (a) have well-developed theory for induction of causal relationships, and (b) are suitable for creating sound and practical decision support systems. While several public domain and commercial tools exist for modeling and inference with CPNs, very few software tools and libraries exist currently that give access to algorithms for CPN induction. To that end, we have developed a software library, called Causal Explorer, that implements a suit of global, local and partial CPN induction algorithms. The toolkit emphasizes causal discovery algorithms. Approximately half of the algorithms are enhanced implementations of well-established algorithms, and the remaining ones are novel local and partial algorithms that scale to thousands of variables and thus...

Added |
31 Oct 2010 |

Updated |
31 Oct 2010 |

Type |
Conference |

Year |
2003 |

Where |
METMBS |

Authors |
Constantin F. Aliferis, Ioannis Tsamardinos, Alexander R. Statnikov, Laura E. Brown |

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