MANAGING RISK IN THE MODERN WORLD - APPLICATIONS OF BAYESIAN NETWORKS
Authored by Norman Fenton and Martin Neil, "Managing Risk in the Modern World - Applications of Bayesian Networks" is the first in a new Knowledge Transfer series from the London Mathematical Society (LMS). The report provides a snapshot of the dynamic and exciting area of Bayesian Networks and includes recent case studies, emerging areas of application and current research challenges.
Coordinated through the Smith Institute and the Computer Science Committee of the LMS, this report aims to raise awareness among managers and decision-makers of Bayesian Networks in a format that allows them to assess rapidly the potential for exploitation in their own fields.
TRAINING COURSES FROM AGENA
Agena will be launching its programme of public courses in 2008 beginning with:
Risk Analysis using Bayesian Networks
London: 18-19 March 2008
The delegate price per course will be £895 ($1,745 / €1,245) plus applicable taxes.
Full details of the courses will be available in January 2008. Places will be limited so to register your interest, please email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org together with the event you wish to attend and course details will be sent to you in the New Year.