Solved – Probabilistic graphical models textbook

Is Koller's "Probabilistic Graphical Models" suitable as a textbook? Or is there another book which is more recommendable as textbook for a master-course?

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Yes, it's written as such and contains sample questions, for which you can request the answers here

You might also want to have a look at Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning by Chris Bishop and Information Theory, Inference and Learning Algorithms by David MacKay, which can also be downloaded for free. Both of these cover some aspects of graphical models as well as giving a general insight into probabilistic methods.

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