Edge probability (also known as prior probability) is the probability of an event. The edge probability is obtained by combining the unnecessary events in the final result into their total probability and eliminating them (sum the total probability for discrete random variables and integrate the total probability for continuous random variables). This is called marginalization. For example, the edge probability of a is expressed as P (a), and the edge probability of B is expressed as p (B).
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