Hey Lepzed.
Is the random variable X independent to Z?
I have some trouble understanding why this proof is a proof:
Lemma:
Proof:
Ok, this is just conditional independence, x independent of y given z.
This is rewritten according to the rule of conditional independence P(A|B) = P(A & B) / P(B).
Bottom up the same is done for the right hand side of the lemma, but I don't get how the following and previous step are equal.. Why does this prove anything?