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LMU Workshop "Concrete Causation" (July 9, 2010)
One of the most prominent areas of causal modeling today sounds out the interaction of probabilistic and deterministic approaches and is centered around Bayesian Networks, through which causal notions can be identified concretely and utilized for various disciplines eventually.
The workshop "Concrete Causation" was hosted by the LMU Institute for Logic and Philosophy of Science and took place on July 9, 2010. Amongst others Wolfgang Spohn (Konstanz) was talking about his Ranking Theory.
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