parents HISTORY LVFAILURE FALSE 20.000000 5.000000 TRUE 8.000000 471.000000The first variable is the child, and the following variables are parents. In this case P(HISTORY|LVFAILURE) where the first row is the distribution P(HISTORY|LVFAILURE=FALSE) and the second row is P(HISTORY|LVFAILURE=TRUE). The first value of each row corresponds to HISTORY=FALSE; the second value of each row corresponds to HISTORY=TRUE.
* The difference between LibB's format and ours is that we ignore lisp quotes and brackets, using linebreaks and spacing instead.
The following is an example of a query
q STROKEVOLUME HIGH o HYPOVOLEMIA TRUE o ERRCAUTER TRUEEach line that starts with 'q' is a query variable, each line that starts with 'o' is an evidence variable. This query is
P(STROKEVOLUME = HIGH | HYPOVOLEMIA = TRUE, ERRCAUTER = TRUE)