CIS 421/521 - Bayes' Nets part 2 - 2020-11-10 - Shared screen with speaker view
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)
Do we get to drop a quiz?
Can you explain why proposition logic doesn’t lend itself to NLP… if I understood Ellie Pavlick… AND/OR ie?
I may not have understood
In your second written step, would the numerator be p(z) * p(z,y|z) or p(z)*p(x,y|z)?
ok thank you
how are we initially draw the bayes net? by intuition of conditional independence?
But if we're assuming conditional independence then the equation will always be able to be re-written; when can we assume conditional independence?
is an active node equivalent to an observable node?
wait sorry why are talking about all four?
same as just three?
oh I see we're not talking about R, only L, T, T'
Isn’t the first causal chain active
make sense, thanks!
why doesn’t the path include T’?
Is LRT active in third case?
@ Maian Zhang, I think yes
wait isn’t RBT inactive in this path?
I just wonder how to determine whether a triple is active if it's not in the table