Clayton School of Information Technology

Seminar series for students, Semester 1, 2009

When: Tuesday 26th May, 12noon

Where: Room 135, Building 26.


Topic: “Bayesian Networks”



Bayesian Networks are a powerful and popular Artificial Intelligence technology for probabilistic reasoning under uncertainty. In this seminar, I will give an introduction to Bayesian networks, together with demonstrations of applications I have worked on: the Monash Bayesian poker player, computer games for decimals tutoring, weather forecasting, and environmental and medical risk assessment.