Aspects of Graphical Models Connected with Causality

@inproceedings{Pearl2011AspectsOG,
  title={Aspects of Graphical Models Connected with Causality},
  author={Judea Pearl},
  year={2011}
}
ASPECTS OF GRAPHICAL MODELS CONNECTED WITH CAUSALITY J udea Pearl Cognitive Systems Laboratory Computer Science Department University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90024 judea@c5.ucla.edu Abstract This paper demonstrates the use of graphs as a mathematical tool for ex- pressing independenices, and as a formal language for communicating and pro- cessing causal information in statistical analysis. We show how complex infor- mation about external interventions can be organized and represented… CONTINUE READING

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