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  1. Dempster–Shafer theory

    important developments, including the transferable belief model and the theory of hints. Dempster–Shafer theory is a generalization of the Bayesian theory

  2. Pattern recognition

    in a pattern classifier does not make the classification approach Bayesian. Bayesian statistics has its origin in Greek philosophy where a distinction

  3. Beta distribution

    been applied to model the behavior of random variables limited to intervals of finite length in a wide variety of disciplines. In Bayesian inference, the

  4. Maximum likelihood estimation

    find the maximum of the likelihood function. From the vantage point of Bayesian inference, MLE is a special case of maximum a posteriori estimation (MAP)

  5. Cognitive tutor

    the cognitive tutor uses a simple Bayesian method of evaluating the student's knowledge and uses this student model to select appropriate problems for

  6. Artificial intelligence in healthcare

    diseases can be achieved developing machine learning models such as Artificial Neural Network and Bayesian Network.”  Another conclusion Alic, et al. (2017)

  7. Data assimilation

    ISBN 978-1-61197-453-9. Kalnay, Eugenia (2002). Atmospheric Modeling, Data Assimilation and Predictability. Atmospheric Modeling. Cambridge University Press. p. 364. Bibcode:2002amda

  8. Operations research

    mathematical modeling and simulation may not be appropriate or may not suffice. Therefore, during the past 30 years[vague], a number of non-quantified modeling methods

  9. Attack tree

    independent nor uniformly distributed, hence, naive Bayesian analysis is unsuitable. Since the Bayesian analytic techniques used in fault tree analysis cannot

  10. Artificial general intelligence

    created with emotions. There are no emotions in typical models of AI and some researchers say programming emotions into machines allows them to have a mind