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Causality in Databases: Answer-Set Programs and Integrity Constraints

@inproceedings{Bertossi2018CausalityID,
  title={Causality in Databases: Answer-Set Programs and Integrity Constraints},
  author={L. Bertossi},
  booktitle={AMW},
  year={2018}
}
Integrity Constraints Leopoldo Bertossi Carleton University, School of Computer Science, Ottawa, Canada. Causality in databases (DBs) was introduced in [15]; and, building on work on causality as found in artificial intelligence, appeals to the notions of counterfactuals, interventions and structural models [14]. More specifically, [15] introduces the notions of: (a) a DB tuple as an actual cause for a query result, (b) a contingency set for a cause, as a set of tuples that must accompany the… Expand

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