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The information describing the details of the quantitative relationships among the variables is often stored in conditional probability tables (CPT). This enables the model to use probability theory, especially Bayesian statistics to calculate conditional dependencies among the variables in the network, and resolve the uncertainties with probability inferences. Though BBN techniques are elegant ways of capturing uncertainties, the knowledge engineering effort required to create conditional probability values per each given variable in a network has prevented many researchers from using them in many domains.
One-way sensitivity analysis was performed to determine the relative sensitivity of each of the individual variables to social capital and to understand the spread of the distribution of the variables in the model. The results of the sensitivity analysis (see Appendix 1) show that those variables with weak level of influence to social capital show low mutual information values. Trust, capability awareness, and tasks awareness were relatively sensitive to social capital compared to professional awareness, demographic awareness, social protocols, and shared understanding.
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