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Nested Markov Properties for Acyclic Directed Mixed Graphs

@inproceedings{Richardson2012NestedMP,
  title={Nested Markov Properties for Acyclic Directed Mixed Graphs},
  author={Thomas S. Richardson and James M. Robins and Ilya Shpitser},
  booktitle={UAI},
  year={2012}
}
  • Thomas S. Richardson, James M. Robins, Ilya Shpitser
  • Published in UAI 2012
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Directed acyclic graph (DAG) models may be characterized in four different ways: via a factorization, the d-separation criterion, the moralization criterion, and the local Markov property. As pointed out by Robins [2, 1], Verma and Pearl [6], and Tian and Pearl [5], marginals of DAG models also imply equality constraints that are not conditional independences. The well-known 'Verma constraint' is an example. Constraints of this type were used for testing edges [3], and an efficient variable… CONTINUE READING

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