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CIS 421/521 - Bayes' Nets part 2 - 2020-11-10 - Shared screen with speaker view
Jason Kim
10:31
I was hoping to confirm the deadline for Quiz 8 - in contrast to other quizzes due at 11:59pm, this one’s due at 11:59am on Gradescope (I’m assuming it’s a typo)
Gabrielle Hemlick
11:03
Do we get to drop a quiz?
Chris Niemeyer
15:01
Can you explain why proposition logic doesn’t lend itself to NLP… if I understood Ellie Pavlick… AND/OR ie?
Chris Niemeyer
15:54
I may not have understood
Jason Kim
28:28
In your second written step, would the numerator be p(z) * p(z,y|z) or p(z)*p(x,y|z)?
Jason Kim
28:53
ok thank you
Maian Zhang
31:14
how are we initially draw the bayes net? by intuition of conditional independence?
Rebecca Sassower
43:39
But if we're assuming conditional independence then the equation will always be able to be re-written; when can we assume conditional independence?
Maian Zhang
55:43
is an active node equivalent to an observable node?
Rebecca Sassower
01:04:13
wait sorry why are talking about all four?
Rebecca Sassower
01:04:18
same as just three?
Rebecca Sassower
01:05:13
oh I see we're not talking about R, only L, T, T'
Bowen Chen
01:10:37
Isn’t the first causal chain active
Bowen Chen
01:15:12
make sense, thanks!
Christina Lin
01:16:47
why doesn’t the path include T’?
Maian Zhang
01:17:19
Is LRT active in third case?
Zhongyang Zhuang
01:18:14
@ Maian Zhang, I think yes
JINGYE YANG
01:18:54
wait isn’t RBT inactive in this path?
JINGYE YANG
01:19:48
thank you!
Maian Zhang
01:19:48
I just wonder how to determine whether a triple is active if it's not in the table
Joshua Nouriyelian
01:31:06
Thank you!
Bowen Chen
01:31:08
Thank you!