Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence
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Max Henrion
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Publications in UAI

UAI-1990
:: Qualitative Propagation and Scenario-based Schemes for Explaining Probabilistic Reasoning

UAI-1989
:: An Introduction to Algorithms for Inference in Belief Nets
:: Verbal Expressions for Probability Updates: How Much More Probable is "Much More Probable"?

UAI-1988
:: A Comparison of Decision Analysis and Expert Rules for Sequential Diagnosis

UAI-1987
:: Some Practical Issues in Constructing Belief Networks

UAI-1986
:: Propagating Uncertainty in Bayesian Networks by Probabilistic Logic Sampling

UAI-1985
:: A Framework for Comparing Uncertain Inference Systems to Probability

UAI-1996
:: Why Is Diagnosis Using Belief Networks Insensitive to Imprecision In Probabilities?
:: Efficient Search-Based Inference for Noisy-OR Belief Networks: TopEpsilon

UAI-1994
:: An Experimental Comparison of Numerical and Qualitative Probabilistic Reasoning
:: Knowledge Engineering for Large Belief Networks
:: Efficient Estimation of the Value of Information in Monte Carlo Models

UAI-1993
:: Intercausal Reasoning with Uninstantiated Ancestor Nodes

UAI-1991
:: Search-based Methods to Bound Diagnostic Probabilities in Very Large Belief Nets

UAI-1990
:: Qualitative Propagation and Scenario-based Explanation of Probabilistic Reasoning

UAI-1989
:: How Much More Probable is "Much More Probable"? Verbal Expressions for Probability Updates

UAI-1988
:: A Comparison of Decision Analysis and Expert Rules for Sequential Diagnosis

UAI-1987
:: Practical Issues in Constructing a Bayes' Belief Network

UAI-1985
:: A Framework for Comparing Uncertain Inference Systems to Probability


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