Prof Ian Nabney
Computer Science, Aston University
| Date: 16th December 2008 (Tuesday) |
| Time: 14:30 - 15:30 |
| Venue: MB564 |
Bayesian belief networks are a principled way of modelling and reasoning with uncertainty. As such, they are important tools for many problems that involve making decisions - diagnostics, decision support, and classification. This talk will cover the basic principles of belief networks, the main current research directions, and illustrate these with two real-world applications - in condition monitoring and reliability design.