Evolving approaches with probabilistic programming and computational statistics are promising powerful methods to define and create analytical systems. These methods can represent probabilistic models under a variety of conditions and constraints, and are capable of simulating new data from these states by the generative nature of these models. HeartAI deployments supports inference from a Bayesian perspective, such as by generating samples from a prior or posterior predictive distribution, where there may also be a conditioning or marginalisation of such a distribution. In addition to the creation of a representative probabilistic construct, these models may be used for the generation of new data under a variety of assumptions and hypothetical situations, and allow for the prediction and forecasting of future events and potential outcomes.
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