In this section we present some examples of Bayesian networks and (limited memory) influence diagrams.
In the HUGIN Examples section we present three examples of networks built in HUGIN. These examples are meant to give you an idea of how to construct your Bayesian networks and influence diagrams using the HUGIN Graphical User Interface.
In the Modeling Examples section we present some problems that can be modeled using Bayesian networks or influence diagrams. These are meant to show the connection between a textual description and a network model.
Implementations of these and many other examples come with the installation of any version of HUGIN. If you have lost them or have an older installation of HUGIN, you have the opportunity to download them