Embracing Causality in Specifying the Indeterminate Effects of Actions

Fangzhen Lin

This paper makes the following two contributions to formal theories of actions: Showing that a causal minimization framework can be used effectively to specify the effects of indeterminate actions; and showing that for certain classes of such actions, regression, an effective computational mechanism, can be used to reason about them.


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