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influence diagram

[′in‚flü·əns ‚dī·ə‚gram]
(systems engineering)
A graph-theoretic representation of a decision, which may include four types of nodes (decision, chance, value, and deterministic), directed arcs between the nodes (which identify dependencies between them), a marginal or conditional probability distribution defined at each chance node, and a mathematical function associated with each of the other types of node.
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