Each node within a DAG
contains a CPT built upon Bayes Theorem, which states the probability of an event based upon prior knowledge of conditions that might be related to the event (14).
Given the DAG
in Figure 1, regressing Y on [X.sub.1] alone yields the correct causal coefficient [c.sub.1] (Table 1), because there are no other open pathways connecting [X.sub.1] and Y.
Caption: Figure 11: Strategy evaluation, layered DAGs
, 50% [conjunction]-nodes.
Caption: Figure 19: Convergence trace for the set of the randomly generated DAGs
with 10 tasks.
We find the priority of the tasks of a given DAG
using CPT attribute.
For a detailed performance analysis, each DAG
structure in the repository of 1, 296 DAGs
was used 20 times with randomly generated computation and communication costs, which means that an overall 25,920 different DAGs
were used for the experiments.
The easiest way to accommodate these program variations would be to define three different DAGs
corresponding to each type of memory access.
In our evaluation, we considered randomly generated DAGs
and two real-world applications, which are LIGO  with 77 nodes and Laplace equation solver  with 49 nodes.
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