Consider the following simple Bayesian network, where all the nodes are assumed to be binary random variables, i.e., X=x0 or x1 with certain probabilities, and similar notations will be used for Y, Z, and W.
This Bayesian network is fully specified if we are given the following (conditional) probabilities: (for notational simplicity, we write P(x1) to mean P(X=x1), and so on)
P(x1) = 0.60; P(y1 | x1) = 0.40, P(z1 | y1) = 0.25, P(w1 | z1) = 0.45, P(y1 | x0) = 0.30; P(z1 | y0) = 0.60; P(w1 | z0) = 0.30;
From the above information I was able to calculate P(y0),p(y1),p(z0),p(z1),p(w0) and p(w1). I want to find the value of P(wo|x1). How should I proceed?