A Causal Theory of Rami cations

Abstract

This paper is concerned with the problem of determining the indirect eeects or ramiications of actions. We argue that the standard framework in which background knowledge is given in the form of state constraints is inadequate and that background knowledge should instead be given in the form of \causal laws." We represent \causal laws" rst as inference… (More)

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