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May 19th, 2014, 09:18 PM   #1
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A joint probability problem

Given a function p(t|z,s),and we will get p(t|z,s)=p(s|z,t)p(t|z);
when z and s are fixed, if we can get

p(t|z,s)=e*p(s|z,t)+(1-e)*p(t|z), where 0<=e<=1
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does p(t|z,s) mean p(t) given p(z) and p(s)
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