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37. B. W. Wah, A. Ieumwananonthachai, and Y. C. Li, Generalizationi of heuristics learned in genetics based learning, in S. K. Pal and P. ), Genetic Algorithms and Pattern Recognition, pages 87–126, Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 1996. 38. A. Ieumwananonthachai and B. W. Wah, Statistical generalization of performance-related heuristics for knowledge-lean applications, in D. Dasgupta and Z. ), Evolutionary Algorithms in Engineering Applications, pages 293–313. New York, NY: Springer Verlag, 1997. 39.

The metric can be weighted as well, with the weight of an individual error being based on the utility of the particular probability in question, or simply by weighting the error in the columns by the probability of that column occurring (meaning the columns with more data count more). Typically, outside of a pure testing mode, nominally correct models are not available for comparison. In this case, a wide range of standard model selection techniques have been used, including Cp, Sp, MSE, AIC, log scoring, and so on.

2008 23:04:55 264 BELIEF MAINTENANCE BELIEF MAINTENANCE Belief maintenance is the problem of determining how a system of beliefs should be constructed from existing data and how it should be modified after seeing additional data. The techniques for carrying out this work are based in logic, statistics, and probability theory. For the most part, the theories focus on enabling computer-based methods for reasoning about potentially large amounts of complicated, interrelated data. The primary goals have been to build tools that can assist human decision making, to build intelligent agents that can reason and perform tasks without human supervision, or simply to develop a better understanding of the decision making process.

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