MEBN

A logic system that integrates First Order Logic (FOL) with Bayesian probability theory. MEBN extends ordinary Bayesian networks to allow representation of graphical models with repeated sub-structures. Knowledge is encoded as a collection of Bayesian network fragments (MFrags) that can be instantiated and combined to form highly complex situation-specific Bayesian networks. A MEBN theory (MTheory) implicitly represents a joint probability distribution over possibly unbounded numbers of hypotheses, and uses Bayesian learning to refine a knowledge base as observations accrue. MEBN provides a logical foundation for the emerging collection of highly expressive probability-based languages.


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  1. Michels, Steffen; Hommersom, Arjen; Lucas, Peter J.F.; Velikova, Marina: A new probabilistic constraint logic programming language based on a generalised distribution semantics (2015)
  2. Grześ, Marek; Hoey, Jesse; Khan, Shehroz S.; Mihailidis, Alex; Czarnuch, Stephen; Jackson, Dan; Monk, Andrew: Relational approach to knowledge engineering for POMDP-based assistance systems as a translation of a psychological model (2014)
  3. Poole, David: Foundations of model construction in feature-based semantic science (2013)
  4. Wuillemin, Pierre-Henri; Torti, Lionel: Structured probabilistic inference (2012)
  5. Gonzales, Christophe; Wuillemin, Pierre-Henri: PRM inference using Jaffray & Faÿ’s local conditioning (2011)
  6. Santos, Eugene jun.; Wilkinson, John T.; Santos, Eunice E.: Fusing multiple Bayesian knowledge sources (2011)
  7. Laskey, Kathryn Blackmond; Wright, Edward J.; da Costa, Paulo C.G.: Envisioning uncertainty in geospatial information (2010)
  8. Howard, Catherine; Stumptner, Markus: Automated compilation of object-oriented probabilistic relational models (2009)
  9. Nedjah, Nadia (ed.); de Macedo Mourelle, Luiza (ed.); Kacprzyk, Janusz (ed.): Innovative applications in data mining (2009)
  10. Laskey, Kathryn Blackmond: MEBN: a language for first-order Bayesian knowledge bases (2008)
  11. Natarajan, Sriraam; Tadepalli, Prasad; Dietterich, Thomas G.; Fern, Alan: Learning first-order probabilistic models with combining rules (2008)
  12. Natarajan, Sriraam; Tadepalli, Prasad; Fern, Alan: A relational hierarchical model for decision-theoretic assistance (2008)