Bayesian logic


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Bayesian logic

Reasoning (logic) in which the likelihood of an event occurring can be described in quantitative or probabilistic terms

Bayesian logic

A type of reasoning in which the likelihood of an event occurring can be described in quantitative—ie probabilistic terms. See Artificial intelligence, Computer-assisted diagnosis.
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Sangero uses Bayesian logic to prove that such a confession does not meet the criminal standard of proof.
Further, Bayesian networks are upgraded to Bayesian logic programs, hidden Markov models to logical hidden Markov models, and Markov decision process to Markov decision programs.
* Bayesian analysis: The basis of Bayesian logic uses the knowledge of prior events to predict future events.
The need to estimate hazard frequency in order to initiate this analysis simply illustrates the inescapable requirement for following an iterative approach to evaluate complex problems, reinforces the importance of requiring evidence from more than one source, and supports the merits of Bayesian logic as a means to make rational use of available evidence (Gill 2002).
But fo the moment we are concerned specifically with the Bayesian logic of moving from this E to this H.)

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