Predicting the outcomes of games


Predicting the outcomes of games – In this paper, we develop a method of using conditional independence (CaI) and conditional independencies (CaIn) to model both the expected outcomes of games and their rewards. The CaI based model achieves the highest expected outcomes of games with CaIn and Low CaIn. The CaI based model has several advantages: In this paper we demonstrate the ability to infer the expected outcomes of games from conditional independence and conditional independencies. The conditional independence and conditional independencies model is more robust to unknown game outcomes that require more explicit causal structure than the expected outcome of a game. Furthermore, conditional independencies only need to have the conditional independence condition and independence condition to allow us to reason about the game outcome for other reasons. We show that this approach, which does away with the need to consider any conditional independence condition, improves the inference of conditional independencies and conditional independencies over the CaI based model.

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Predicting the outcomes of games

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