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Identifying Dynamic Sequential Plans

06/13/2012
by   Jin Tian, et al.
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We address the problem of identifying dynamic sequential plans in the framework of causal Bayesian networks, and show that the problem is reduced to identifying causal effects, for which there are complete identi cation algorithms available in the literature.

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