Restructuring Dynamic Causal Systems in Equilibrium

@inproceedings{Dash2005RestructuringDC,
  title={Restructuring Dynamic Causal Systems in Equilibrium},
  author={Denver Dash},
  booktitle={AISTATS},
  year={2005}
}
In this paper I consider general obstacles to the recovery of a causal system from its probability distribution. I argue that most of the well-known problems with this task belong in the class of what I call degenerate causal systems. I then consider the task of discovering causality of dynamic systems that have passed through one or more equilibrium points, and show that these systems present a challenge to causal discovery that is fundamentally different from degeneracy. To make this… CONTINUE READING

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