As mentioned in Chapter 2, probabilistic networks have a qualitative aspect and a corresponding quantitative aspect, where the qualitative aspect is given by a graphical structure in the form of an acyclic, directed graph (DAG) that represents the (conditional) dependence and independence properties of a joint probability distribution defined over a set of variables that are indexed by the vertices of the DAG.


Equivalent Model Joint Probability Distribution Independence Statement Conditional Probability Distribution Probability Potential 
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