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UAI
2001
13 years 7 months ago
Exact Inference in Networks with Discrete Children of Continuous Parents
Many real life domains contain a mixture of discrete and continuous variables and can be modeled as hybrid Bayesian Networks (BNs). An important subclass of hybrid BNs are conditi...
Uri Lerner, Eran Segal, Daphne Koller
ECML
2006
Springer
13 years 10 months ago
Combinatorial Markov Random Fields
Abstract. A combinatorial random variable is a discrete random variable defined over a combinatorial set (e.g., a power set of a given set). In this paper we introduce combinatoria...
Ron Bekkerman, Mehran Sahami, Erik G. Learned-Mill...
ICCAD
2002
IEEE
103views Hardware» more  ICCAD 2002»
14 years 3 months ago
A realistic variable voltage scheduling model for real-time applications
Voltage scheduling is indispensable for exploiting the benefit of variable voltage processors. Though extensive research has been done in this area, current processor limitations...
Bren Mochocki, Xiaobo Sharon Hu, Gang Quan
AIPS
2009
13 years 7 months ago
Computing Robust Plans in Continuous Domains
We define the robustness of a sequential plan as the probability that it will execute successfully despite uncertainty in the execution environment. We consider a rich notion of u...
Christian Fritz, Sheila A. McIlraith
ICTAI
2003
IEEE
13 years 11 months ago
Approximate Discrete Probability Distribution Representation Using a Multi-Resolution Binary Tree
Computing and storing probabilities is a hard problem as soon as one has to deal with complex distributions over multiples random variables. The problem of efficient representati...
David Bellot, Pierre Bessière