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Figure 2: Exploitation of the Bayesian network for age estimation. The network in (a) showed the initial probabilities assigned to each node (in gray), while the network in (b) showed the updated probabilities (in cyan) on the chronological age (node Age) and on the propositions of interests (node Class) after the instantiation of the evidence that the third developmental stage was observed in the examined individual (in green). For the sake of illustration, states of the node Age are presented as intervals of 1 year unit instead of 1 day-units

Figure 2: Exploitation of the Bayesian network for age estimation. The network in (a) showed the initial probabilities assigned to each node (in gray), while the network in (b) showed the updated probabilities (in cyan) on the chronological age (node <i>Age</i>) and on the propositions of interests (node <i>Class</i>) after the instantiation of the evidence that the third developmental stage was observed in the examined individual (in green). For the sake of illustration, states of the node <i>Age</i> are presented as intervals of 1 year unit instead of 1 day-units