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Introduction to Judea Pearl's Do-Calculus

04/26/2013
by   Robert R. Tucci, et al.
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This is a purely pedagogical paper with no new results. The goal of the paper is to give a fairly self-contained introduction to Judea Pearl's do-calculus, including proofs of his 3 rules.

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