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Causality, Responsibility and Blame in Team Plans

@article{Alechina2017CausalityRA,
  title={Causality, Responsibility and Blame in Team Plans},
  author={N. Alechina and Joseph Y. Halpern and B. Logan},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/2005.10297}
}
  • N. Alechina, Joseph Y. Halpern, B. Logan
  • Published 2017
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Many objectives can be achieved (or may be achieved more effectively) only by a group of agents executing a team plan. If a team plan fails, it is often of interest to determine what caused the failure, the degree of responsibility of each agent for the failure, and the degree of blame attached to each agent. We show how team plans can be represented in terms of structural equations, and then apply the definitions of causality introduced by Halpern [2015] and degree of responsibility and blame… CONTINUE READING

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