Marginal Inference

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See: Marginal Probability, Statistical Inference.



References

2003

2017

  • http://deepdive.stanford.edu/inference
    • QUOTE: Marginal inference is the task of inferring the probability of one variable taking a particular value. Using the law of total probability, it is straightforward to express this probability as the sum of the probabilities of possible worlds that contain the requested value for that variable.