By Kevin B. Korb
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Suppose, for example, that we are offered a set of bets which has a guaranteed loss of $10. Should we take it? The Dutch book assumes that accepting the bet is irrational. But, if the one and only alternative available is another bet with an expected loss of $1,000, then it no longer seems so irrational. An implicit assumption of the Dutch book has always been that betting is voluntary and when all offered bets are turned down the expected utility is zero. The further implicit assumption pointed out by H´ajek’s argument is that there is always a shifty bookie hanging around ready to take advantage of us.
We shall ourselves present non-Bayesian methods for automating the learning of Bayesian networks from statistical data. We shall also present Bayesian methods for the same, together with some evidence of their superiority. The interpretation of the probabilities represented by Bayesian networks is open so long as the philosophy of probability is considered an open question. Indeed, much of the work presented here ultimately depends upon the probabilities being understood as physical probabilities, and in particular as propensities or probabilities determined by propensities.
10 Bayesian Artificial Intelligence, Second Edition Bibliographic notes An excellent source of information about different attempts to formalize reasoning about uncertainty — including certainty factors, non-monotonic logics, DempsterShafer calculus, as well as probability — is the anthology Readings in Uncertain Reasoning edited by Shafer and Pearl (1990). Three polemics against non-Bayesian approaches to uncertainty are those by Drew McDermott (1987), Peter Cheeseman (1988) and Kevin Korb (1995).