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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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The 27 regular papers discuss such topics as heuristics for determining the elimination ordering in the influence diagram evaluation with binary trees, combining constraint types from public data in aerial image segmentation, and towards a machine learning algorithm for predicting truck compressor failures using logged vehicle data.
The first one is the influence diagram (casual loop diagram), which captures the hypotheses regarding factors influencing SD.
By Bayesian network and influence diagram it is possible to predict the effects of these trap plants on this locust and to make an efficient control program.
I watched a webinar that featured an influence diagram with risk and John was a participant and really stood out.
The influence diagram is a graphical representation of the factors involved with connecting lines indicating the relationships between factors.
The illustrative influence diagram in Figure 1 on the following page does just that.
This architecture defines decision models as a visual influence diagram, translates the influence diagram to a nonlinear optimization problem and derives decision rules that achieve mathematically optimal strategies.
Hierarchical Diagrams are used to organize a complicated model as a hierarchy of modules, each with its own influence diagram.
Hierarchical diagrams -- Users can organize a complicated model as a hierarchy of modules, each with its own influence diagram.
Mapping interactions of trends and weak signals in influence diagrams creates the basis for the inductive scenarios.
In the following section, we will analyze the aforementioned strategic business issues associated with the retailer and computer assembly company global supply chains using closed-loop influence diagrams and system dynamics modeling.