Bayes Server supports advanced D-Separation calculations whether via the API or the User Interface.
D-Separation computes the influence of one group of nodes A on another group of nodes B and is conditional on the current evidence.
Bayes Server have developed advanced algorithms to make these computations efficient.
This option allows you to select one or more source nodes, and the results of a d-separation query are automatically displayed on the network. Results are updated dynamically as evidence changes.
Key to colors
- Blue - Source node
- Green - D-Connected
- Red - D-Separated
Note that if a node is instantiated it will simply not display a color
This option allows you to perform more complex d-separation queries, including those which involve temporal nodes in a Dynamic Bayesian network (DBN).
Simply select a set of source nodes and a set of test nodes. For temporal nodes, they must be assigned a time, however the same temporal node can be added more than once if the associated times differ.