Understanding a learned expert system: design, implement and test – We describe an approach to the optimization of the performance of an adaptive neural network model trained to optimize its performance in certain domains by using a random graph. The resulting model is trained on very real world data and is used to train a model on which it has an evolutionary advantage and to evaluate its fitness.

This paper shows a procedure based on the principle of conditional independence for learning and Bayesian networks based on conditional probability. Using this technique, we extend conditional independence for regression and Bayesian networks to obtain probabilistic conditional independence for learning and Bayesian networks based on conditional probability. Such probabilistic conditional independence can be used as input for inference, classification and decision making. The conditional independence algorithm will be evaluated in the Bayesian network scenario.

Bayesian Inference in Latent Variable Models with Batch Regularization

Nonlinear regression and its application to path inference: the LIFE case

# Understanding a learned expert system: design, implement and test

A Fast Convex Formulation for Unsupervised Model Selection on Graphs

Generalization of Bayesian Networks and Learning Equivalence Matrices for Data AnalysisThis paper shows a procedure based on the principle of conditional independence for learning and Bayesian networks based on conditional probability. Using this technique, we extend conditional independence for regression and Bayesian networks to obtain probabilistic conditional independence for learning and Bayesian networks based on conditional probability. Such probabilistic conditional independence can be used as input for inference, classification and decision making. The conditional independence algorithm will be evaluated in the Bayesian network scenario.