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An application of Hybrid Bayesian Network (HBN)
in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) manufacturing
Muneer Mujahed Lyati
Lyati Muneer Mujahed, An application of Hybrid Bayesian Network (HBN) in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) manufacturing
Working paper on Artifical Intelligence
An application of Hybrid Bayesian Network
(HBN) in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV)
Muneer Mujahed Lyati
A network is a hybrid Bayesian network if it has both discrete and continuous variables. In
this research, we discuss how the hybrid Bayesian network can utilized to further understand
the network from subsidies, manufacturing to the environmental quality in the context of
Hybrid electric vehicles.
Keywords: HBN, HEV, manufacturing, artificial intelligence.
Muneer Mujahed Lyati is a Graduate from
College of Technology in mechanical
engineering as a bachelor of science in
mechanical engineering with major
Engines and Vehicles. His research mainly
focuses on automotive factors, hybrid
cars, electrical cars, engines, and artificial
Global demand for electric vehicles in 2019 was USD 160.34 trillion and is
estimated to hit USD 793.24 trillion by 2027 for a CAGR of 22.2 per cent. The
demand is largely driven by increased government policies and programs to
promote the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). Increasing investment in R&D
for the development of advanced technologies is also fueling the growth of the
industry. Compared to conventional vehicles, emission levels are much lower in
electric vehicles, which has led the government to encourage the production of
EVs all over the world.    .
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Asia Pacific had the biggest market share in the electric vehicles market in 2019.
The growing demand for electricity supplies in countries like China, Malaysia,
India and Indonesia is due to a growing urban population. Moreover, government
action to reduce pollution has led to the increasing adoption of EVs. Given the
growing environmental awareness and increasing investment in new technology
by key manufacturers, North America is expected to report significant growth
over the forecast p eriod  .
HEV can also help producers: by increasing the worldwide CO2 emission targets,
HEV sales can reduce the overall CO2 output of a manufacturer's fleet and help
to prevent the related fines. In fact, in Europe, th e report finds that several
automakers will not meet the emission goals and will either have to buy credits
from other manufacturers or face heavy fines. The advantages of CO2 reduction
from HEVs are nowhere near those of BEV and PHEV drivetrains. The
technology is however maturer and can thus serve as a short-term stopover to
achieve these objectives.
Bayesian networks are a type of probabilistic graphic model which uses the
Bayesian inference to calculate probability. The Bayesian networks have the
objective of modeling conditional dependency and thus cause, by representing
conditional dependence in a directed graph by edges. Through these relationships,
the random variables of the graph can be efficiently deduced using factors.
Hybrid Bayesian network and Hybrid electric vehicle
A network is called a hybrid Bayesian network if it has both discrete and
continuous variables. We need to specify two new types of distribution in order
to specify a hybrid network: the conditions for a constant variable given to
discerning or continuous parents, and the conditional distribution for a discrete
variable given to continuous parents  
Figure 1: A network with discrete variables (Subsidy and environmental quality)
and continuous variables (manufacturing and emission).
The linear Gaussian distribution, in which the child has a Gaussian distribution
whose mean μ varies linearly with the value of the parent and whose standard
deviation σ is fixed, is the most fundamental choice in our case. Two distributions
are necessary, one for subsidies and one for -subsidies.
Figure 2 demonstrates the distribution of probability over emissions as a function
of the size of production, with true and false subsidies, respectively. The last panel
in Figure 2 shows the P(Emission | Manufacturing) distribution, obtained by
summarizing the two subsidy cases.
Note that the slope is negative in each instance, because emissions decrease as
supply increases. (The assumption of linearity, of course, implies that at s ome
point the emission becomes negative; the linear model is reasonable only if the
production size is limited to a narrow range.) The last panel in Figure 1 shows the
P(c | h) distribution, averaging over the two p ossible subsidy values and the two
possible subsidy values.
Figure 2 the distribution OF variables in network
We now discuss the distributions with continuous parents for discrete variables.
The " Environmental quality " node in Figure 1., for instance, It seems reasonable
to assume that the quality of the environment will increase if the emissions are
low and decrease if they are high. The conditional distribution, in other words, is
like a "soft" threshold function. The use of the Integral is one way to create soft
Then the p robability of ‘‘Environmental quality’’ given Emission is:
This means that the emission threshold is around μ, the width of the threshold
region is proportional to σ, and as emissions decrease, the probability of the
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