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Sequential Extensions of Causal and Evidential Decision Theory

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  • Evidential decision theory
  • Causal decision theory
  • Planning
  • Causal graphical models
  • Dualism
  • Physicalism

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Acknowledgments

This work was in part supported by ARC grant DP120100950. It started at a MIRIxCanberra workshop sponsored by the Machine Intelligence Research Institute. Mayank Daswani and Daniel Filan contributed in the early stages of this paper and we thank them for interesting discussions and helpful suggestions. We also thank Nate Soares for useful feedback.

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Everitt, T., Leike, J., Hutter, M. (2015). Sequential Extensions of Causal and Evidential Decision Theory. In: Walsh, T. (eds) Algorithmic Decision Theory. ADT 2015. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 9346. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-23114-3_13

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