Transportability from Multiple Environments with Limited Experiments: Completeness Results

NeurIPS 2014 Elias BareinboimJudea Pearl

This paper addresses the problem of $mz$-transportability, that is, transferring causal knowledge collected in several heterogeneous domains to a target domain in which only passive observations and limited experimental data can be collected. The paper first establishes a necessary and sufficient condition for deciding the feasibility of $mz$-transportability, i.e., whether causal effects in the target domain are estimable from the information available... (read more)

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