The purpose of this website is to provide information, examples and tutorials on Bayesian networks in relation to the OpenNESS project. The site will in part also be used to document the HUGIN OpenNESS project activities.
Under the menu item Resources you will find a number of examples on the use of Bayesian networks. This includes examples illustrating the integration between BBNs and GIS.
Under the menu item Case studies you will find deployed models for the OpenNESS case studies utilizing Bayesian networks. The models are being deployed as they are being developed in the project.
The content of this web site will be extended as the project work progresses.
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October 5-9, 2015: WS3 Meeting, Laforesta, Belgium
September 7-8, 2015: WP3 Meeting, Wageningen, Holland
April 20-24, 2015: Annual Meeting, Barcelona, Spain
November 17-21, 2014: Training Workshop, Edinburgh, Scotland
March 25-27, 2014: Annual Meeting, Budapest, Hungary
October 21-24, 2013: Cross-work packages workshop (Workshop 1), Loch Leven, Scotland
September 16-18, 2013: BBN training session in Nottingham, United Kingdom
May 7, 2013: WP-5 meeting in Edinburgh on three case studies (Cairngorm National Park, Loch Leven and Kakamega), Scotland
March 12-13, 2013: Kick-off meeting in Helsinki, Finland
December 1, 2012: Project official start date
Project research has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme ([FP7/2007-2013]) under grant agreement no 308428