A Method for Temporal Probabilistic Reasoning

Reference: Cooper, G.; Horvitz, E.; & Heckerman, D. A Method for Temporal Probabilistic Reasoning. October, 1990.

Abstract: Temporal reasoning in complex environments often involves the interpretation of evidence under uncertainty. We have been studying the application of probabilistic reasoning techniques to the problem of temporal-data interpretation. In this report, we discuss techniques for inferring the probability of current hypotheses given temporal evidence. After reviewing the background of the problem we present our problem-solving approach and discuss a prototype implementation.

Notes: 23 pages.

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