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Bayesian network

A form of artificial intelligence—named for Bayes’ theorem—which calculates probability based on a group of related or influential signs. Once a Bayesian network AI is taught the symptoms and probable indicators of a particular disease, it can assess the probability of that disease based on the frequency or number of signs in a patient.
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Specifically, Oracle Data Mining algorithms, including NaE[macron]ve Bayes, Adaptive Bayes Network and Support Vector Machines, appear as "nodes" in the Clementine interface.
Oracle Data Mining algorithms, including Naive Bayes, Adaptive Bayes Network and Support Vector Machines, appear as nodes in the Clementine interface.
More complex interactions between predictors may be represented by augmented naive Bayes networks by allowing directed edges (probabilistic dependencies) between predictors, dispensing with the strong independence assumption of naive Bayes.