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  1. Dempster–Shafer theory

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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