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4. Choose a network structure G over V, usually (but not necessarily) empty. Compute the score of G, denoted as ScoreG = Score(G). Set maxscore = ScoreG . Repeat the following steps as long as maxscore increases: a. for every possible arc addition, deletion or reversal not resulting in a cyclic network: i. compute the score of the modified network G∗ , ScoreG∗ = Score(G∗ ): ii. if ScoreG∗ > ScoreG , set G = G∗ and ScoreG = ScoreG∗ . b. update maxscore with the new value of ScoreG . 5. Return the directed acyclic graph G.
Koller and Friedman (2009) call them moral v-structures, because the parents are “married” as in a moral graph. eq, which can be derived using the cpdag function as shown below. eq with moral and show them to be equal. eq))  TRUE Of interest is to note that networks belonging to different equivalence classes may have the same moral graph but not vice versa. Consider, for instance, the networks shown in Fig. 3, obtained from dag by dropping, respectively, STAT → ANL and ALG → VECT. arc(dag, from = "ALG", to = "VECT") dag2 and dag3 cannot belong to the same equivalence class because they contain different sets of v-structures, as shown below.
Equal(ug, moral(dag))  TRUE Upon creating a bn object, we are in a position to investigate those properties of the corresponding graph that have a probabilistic interpretation in a Bayesian network. For this purpose, the bn class provides a complete description of the network structure (which is uniquely specified by its arc set), and the use of the information stored for each node results in significant performance improvements for common operations. For instance, when treating the network as a causal model we are often interested in the topological ordering of the nodes.