Learning with CASTLE
We will describe here the learning algorithms we have implemented in CASTLE, (Causal Structures From Inductive Learning), to learn about causal structures from examples. A brief introduction to the software ifself and a description of what we intend to develop and implement in CASTLE are also given. Finally, the use of CASTLE is illustrated on a simple example.
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