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*2008
136 Ilya Shpitser, Judea Pearl: Dormant Independence. AAAI 2008: 1081-1087
2007
135EEMark Hopkins, Judea Pearl: Causality and Counterfactuals in the Situation Calculus. J. Log. Comput. 17(5): 939-953 (2007)
2006
134 Jin Tian, Changsung Kang, Judea Pearl: A Characterization of Interventional Distributions in Semi-Markovian Causal Models. AAAI 2006
133 Ilya Shpitser, Judea Pearl: Identification of Joint Interventional Distributions in Recursive Semi-Markovian Causal Models. AAAI 2006
132EECarlos Brito, Judea Pearl: Graphical Condition for Identification in recursive SEM. UAI 2006
131EEIlya Shpitser, Judea Pearl: Identification of Conditional Interventional Distributions. UAI 2006
2005
130EEChen Avin, Ilya Shpitser, Judea Pearl: Identifiability of Path-Specific Effects. IJCAI 2005: 357-363
129EEJudea Pearl: Response to review by Kyburg. Artif. Intell. 169(2): 180 (2005)
2004
128EEJudea Pearl: Robustness of Causal Claims. UAI 2004: 446-453
2002
127 Carlos Brito, Judea Pearl: A Graphical Criterion for the Identification of Causal Effects in Linear Models. AAAI/IAAI 2002: 533-538
126 Jin Tian, Judea Pearl: A General Identification Condition for Causal Effects. AAAI/IAAI 2002: 567-573
125 Jin Tian, Judea Pearl: A New Characterization of the Experimental Implications of Causal Bayesian Networks. AAAI/IAAI 2002: 574-
124 Jin Tian, Judea Pearl: On the Testable Implications of Causal Models with Hidden Variables. UAI 2002: 519-527
123 Blai Bonet, Judea Pearl: Qualitative MDPs and POMDPs: An Order-Of-Magnitude Approximation. UAI 2002: 61-68
122 Carlos Brito, Judea Pearl: Generalized Instrumental Variables. UAI 2002: 85-93
121 Judea Pearl: Reasoning with Cause, Effect. AI Magazine 23(1): 95-112 (2002)
120EEJoseph Y. Halpern, Judea Pearl: Causes and Explanations: A Structural-Model Approach. Part II: Explanations CoRR cs.AI/0208034: (2002)
2001
119 Joseph Y. Halpern, Judea Pearl: Causes and Explanations: A Structural-Model Approach - Part II: Explanations. IJCAI 2001: 27-34
118EEJoseph Y. Halpern, Judea Pearl: Causes and Explanations: A Structural-Model Approach: Part 1: Causes. UAI 2001: 194-202
117EEJudea Pearl: Direct and Indirect Effects. UAI 2001: 411-420
116EEJin Tian, Judea Pearl: Causal Discovery from Changes. UAI 2001: 512-521
115 Judea Pearl: On Two Pseudo-Paradoxes in Bayesian Analysis. Ann. Math. Artif. Intell. 32(1-4): 171-177 (2001)
2000
114EEJin Tian, Judea Pearl: Probabilities of Causation: Bounds and Identification. UAI 2000: 589-598
113 Jin Tian, Judea Pearl: Probabilities of causation: Bounds and identification. Ann. Math. Artif. Intell. 28(1-4): 287-313 (2000)
112EEJoseph Y. Halpern, Judea Pearl: Causes and Explanations: A Structural-Model Approach, Part I: Causes CoRR cs.AI/0011012: (2000)
1999
111 Judea Pearl: Reasoning with Cause and Effect. IJCAI 1999: 1437-1449
1997
110 Judea Pearl: Graphical Models for Probabilistic and Causal Reasoning. The Computer Science and Engineering Handbook 1997: 697-714
109EEAdnan Darwiche, Judea Pearl: On the Logic of Iterated Belief Revision. Artif. Intell. 89(1-2): 1-29 (1997)
108EEDevika Subramanian, Russell Greiner, Judea Pearl: The Relevance of Relevance (Editorial). Artif. Intell. 97(1-2): 1-5 (1997)
107EEDavid Galles, Judea Pearl: Axioms of Causal Relevance. Artif. Intell. 97(1-2): 9-43 (1997)
1996
106 David Maxwell Chickering, Judea Pearl: A Clinician's Tool for Analyzing Non-Compliance. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 2 1996: 1269-1276
105 Judea Pearl: Causation, Action and Counterfactuals. TARK 1996: 51-73
104EEJudea Pearl, Rina Dechter: Identifying Independencies in Causal Graphs with Feedback. UAI 1996: 420-426
103 Judea Pearl: Decision Making Under Uncertainty. ACM Comput. Surv. 28(1): 89-92 (1996)
102EEJudea Pearl: Qualitative Probabilities for Default Reasoning, Belief Revision, and Causal Modeling. Artif. Intell. 84(1-2): 57-112 (1996)
101EEItay Meiri, Rina Dechter, Judea Pearl: Uncovering Trees in Constraint Networks. Artif. Intell. 86(2): 245-267 (1996)
100EEArthur L. Delcher, Adam J. Grove, Simon Kasif, Judea Pearl: Logarithmic-Time Updates and Queries in Probabilistic Networks CoRR cs.AI/9602102: (1996)
99 Arthur L. Delcher, Adam J. Grove, Simon Kasif, Judea Pearl: Logarithmic-Time Updates and Queries in Probabilistic Networks. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 4: 37-59 (1996)
1995
98 Sek-Wah Tan, Judea Pearl: Specificity and Inheritance in Default Reasoning. IJCAI 1995: 1480-1487
97EEAlexander Balke, Judea Pearl: Counterfactuals and Policy Analysis in Structural Models. UAI 1995: 11-18
96EEArthur L. Delcher, Adam J. Grove, Simon Kasif, Judea Pearl: Logarithmic-Time Updates and Queries in Probabilistic Networks. UAI 1995: 116-124
95EEDavid Galles, Judea Pearl: Testing Identifiability of Causal Effects. UAI 1995: 185-195
94EEJudea Pearl: On the Testability of Causal Models With Latent and Instrumental Variables. UAI 1995: 435-443
93EEJudea Pearl, James M. Robins: Probabilistic evaluation of sequential plans from causal models with hidden variables. UAI 1995: 444-453
92 Judea Pearl: Causal inference from indirect experiments. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 7(6): 561-582 (1995)
1994
91 Alexander Balke, Judea Pearl: Probabilistic Evaluation of Counterfactual Queries. AAAI 1994: 230-237
90 Adnan Darwiche, Judea Pearl: Symbolic Causal Networks. AAAI 1994: 238-244
89 Sek-Wah Tan, Judea Pearl: Qualitative Decision Theory. AAAI 1994: 928-933
88 Judea Pearl: Causation, Action and Counterfactuals. ECAI 1994: 826-828
87 Sek-Wah Tan, Judea Pearl: Specification and Evaluation of Preferences Under Uncertainty. KR 1994: 530-539
86 Adnan Darwiche, Judea Pearl: On the Logic of iterated Belief Revision. TARK 1994: 5-23
85EEDan Geiger, Azaria Paz, Judea Pearl: On Testing Whether an Embedded Bayesian Network Represents a Probability Model. UAI 1994: 244-252
84EEJudea Pearl: A Probabilistic Calculus of Actions. UAI 1994: 454-462
83EEAlexander Balke, Judea Pearl: Counterfactual Probabilities: Computational Methods, Bounds and Applications. UAI 1994: 46-54
1993
82EEJudea Pearl: From Conditional Oughts to Qualitative Decision Theory. UAI 1993: 12-22
81EEThomas Verma, Judea Pearl: Deciding Morality of Graphs is NP-complete. UAI 1993: 391-399
80 Judea Pearl: Belief Networks Revisited. Artif. Intell. 59(1-2): 49-56 (1993)
79EEMoisés Goldszmidt, Paul H. Morris, Judea Pearl: A Maximum Entropy Approach to Nonmonotonic Reasoning. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 15(3): 220-232 (1993)
1992
78 Judea Pearl: Empirical Semantics for Defeasible Databases. JICSLP 1992: 18-20
77 Moisés Goldszmidt, Judea Pearl: Rank-based Systems: A Simple Approach to Belief Revision, Belief Update, and Reasoning about Evidence and Actions. KR 1992: 661-672
76EEMoisés Goldszmidt, Judea Pearl: Reasoning with Qualitative Probabilities Can Be Tractable. UAI 1992: 112-120
75EEThomas Verma, Judea Pearl: An Algorithm for Deciding if a Set of Observed Independencies Has a Causal Explanation. UAI 1992: 323-330
74 Moisés Goldszmidt, Judea Pearl: On the Consistency of Defeasible Databases. Artif. Intell. 52(2): 121-149 (1992)
73 Hector Geffner, Judea Pearl: Conditional Entailment: Bridging two Approaches to Default Reasoning. Artif. Intell. 53(2-3): 209-244 (1992)
72 Rina Dechter, Judea Pearl: Structure Identification in Relational Data. Artif. Intell. 58(1-3): 237-270 (1992)
71EEJudea Pearl: Rejoinder to comments on "reasoning with belief functions: An analysis of compatibility". Int. J. Approx. Reasoning 6(3): 425-443 (1992)
1991
70 Moisés Goldszmidt, Judea Pearl: System-Z+: A Formalism for Reasoning with Variable-Strength Defaults. AAAI 1991: 399-404
69 Rina Dechter, Judea Pearl: Directed Constraint Networks: A Relational Framework for Causal Modeling. IJCAI 1991: 1164-1170
68 Judea Pearl, Thomas Verma: A Theory of Inferred Causation. KR 1991: 441-452
67 Rina Dechter, Itay Meiri, Judea Pearl: Temporal Constraint Networks. Artif. Intell. 49(1-3): 61-95 (1991)
66 Dan Geiger, Azaria Paz, Judea Pearl: Axioms and Algorithms for Inferences Involving Probabilistic Independence Inf. Comput. 91(1): 128-141 (1991)
1990
65 Itay Meiri, Judea Pearl, Rina Dechter: Tree Decomposition with Applications to Constraint Processing. AAAI 1990: 10-16
64 Moisés Goldszmidt, Paul H. Morris, Judea Pearl: A Maximum Entropy Approach to Nonmonotonic Reasoning. AAAI 1990: 646-652
63 Dan Geiger, Azaria Paz, Judea Pearl: Learning Causal Trees from Dependence Information. AAAI 1990: 770-776
62 Judea Pearl: System Z: A Natural Ordering of Defaults with Tractable Applications to Nonmonotonic Reasoning. TARK 1990: 121-135
61EEThomas Verma, Judea Pearl: Equivalence and synthesis of causal models. UAI 1990: 255-270
60 Dan Geiger, Judea Pearl: Logical and algorithmic properties of independence and their application to Bayesian networks. Ann. Math. Artif. Intell. 2: 165-178 (1990)
59EEJudea Pearl: Reasoning with belief functions: An analysis of compatibility. Int. J. Approx. Reasoning 4(5-6): 363-389 (1990)
1989
58EEJudea Pearl, Rina Dechter: Learning Structure from Data: A Survey. COLT 1989: 230-244
57 Judea Pearl: Probabilistic Semantics for Nonmonotonic Reasoning: A Survey. KR 1989: 505-516
56 Rina Dechter, Itay Meiri, Judea Pearl: Temporal Constraint Networks. KR 1989: 83-93
55EEDan Geiger, Thomas Verma, Judea Pearl: d-Separation: From Theorems to Algorithms. UAI 1989: 139-148
54EEMoisés Goldszmidt, Judea Pearl: Deciding Consistency of Databases Containing Defeasible and Strict Information. UAI 1989: 87-98
53 Rina Dechter, Judea Pearl: Tree Clustering for Constraint Networks. Artif. Intell. 38(3): 353-366 (1989)
1988
52 Rina Dechter, Judea Pearl: Tree-Clustering Schemes for Constraint-Processing. AAAI 1988: 150-154
51EEDan Geiger, Judea Pearl: On the logic of causal models. UAI 1988: 3-14
50EEThomas Verma, Judea Pearl: Causal networks: semantics and expressiveness. UAI 1988: 69-78
49 Judea Pearl: Embracing Causality in Default Reasoning. Artif. Intell. 35(2): 259-271 (1988)
48 Judea Pearl: On logic and probability. Computational Intelligence 4: 99-103 (1988)
47EEJudea Pearl: On probability intervals. Int. J. Approx. Reasoning 2(3): 211-216 (1988)
46 Judea Pearl: Do we need higher-order probabilities, and, if so, what do they mean? Int. J. Approx. Reasoning 2(3): 341 (1988)
45 George Rebane, Judea Pearl: The recovery of causal poly-trees from statistical data. Int. J. Approx. Reasoning 2(3): 341 (1988)
1987
44 Judea Pearl: Embracing Causality in Formal Reasoning. AAAI 1987: 369-373
43 Judea Pearl, Thomas Verma: The Logic of Representing Dependencies by Directed Graphs. AAAI 1987: 374-379
42 Hector Geffner, Judea Pearl: An Improved Constraint-Propagation Algorithm for Diagnosis. IJCAI 1987: 1105-1111
41EEGeorge Rebane, Judea Pearl: The Recovery of Causal Poly-Trees from Statistical Data. UAI 1987: 175-182
40EELei Xu, Judea Pearl: Structuring Causal Tree Models with Continuous Variables. UAI 1987: 209-222
39 Judea Pearl: Evidential Reasoning Using Stochastic Simulation of Causal Models. Artif. Intell. 32(2): 245-257 (1987)
38 Judea Pearl: Distributed Revision of Composite Beliefs. Artif. Intell. 33(2): 173-215 (1987)
37 Rina Dechter, Judea Pearl: Network-Based Heuristics for Constraint-Satisfaction Problems. Artif. Intell. 34(1): 1-38 (1987)
1986
36 Judea Pearl: On the Logic of Probabilistic Dependencies. AAAI 1986: 339-343
35 Ingrid Zukerman, Judea Pearl: Comprehension-Driven Generation of Meta-Technical Utterances in Math Tutoring. AAAI 1986: 606-611
34 Judea Pearl, Azaria Paz: Graphoids: Graph-Based Logic for Reasoning about Relevance Relations or When would x tell you more about y if you already know z? ECAI 1986: 357-363
33 Judea Pearl: Probabilistic reasoning using graphs. IPMU 1986: 200-202
32EEJudea Pearl: Distributedrevision of belief commitment in composite explanations. UAI 1986: 291-316
31 Judea Pearl: On Evidential Reasoning in a Hierarchy of Hypotheses. Artif. Intell. 28(1): 9-15 (1986)
30 Judea Pearl: Fusion, Propagation, and Structuring in Belief Networks. Artif. Intell. 29(3): 241-288 (1986)
29EEJudea Pearl, Michael Tarsi: Structuring causal trees. J. Complexity 2(1): 60-77 (1986)
1985
28 Judea Pearl: How to Do with Probabilities What People Say You Can't. CAIA 1985: 6-12
27 Rina Dechter, Judea Pearl: The Anatomy of Easy Problems: A Constraint-Satisfaction Formulation. IJCAI 1985: 1066-1072
26 Judea Pearl: Learning Hidden Causes from Empirical Data. IJCAI 1985: 567-572
25EEJudea Pearl: A Constraint-Propagation Approach to Probabilistic Reasoning. UAI 1985: 357-370
24EERina Dechter, Judea Pearl: Generalized Best-First Search Strategies and the Optimality of A* J. ACM 32(3): 505-536 (1985)
1983
23 Rina Dechter, Judea Pearl: The Optimality of A* Revisited. AAAI 1983: 95-99
22 Jin H. Kim, Judea Pearl: A Computational Model for Causal and Diagnostic Reasoning in Inference Systems. IJCAI 1983: 190-193
21 Judea Pearl: On the Discovery and Generation of Certain Heuristics. AI Magazine 4(1): 23-33 (1983)
20 Judea Pearl: Knowledge Versus Search: A Quantitative Analysis Using A*. Artif. Intell. 20(1): 1-13 (1983)
19 Judea Pearl: On the Nature of Pathology in Game Searching. Artif. Intell. 20(4): 427-453 (1983)
18 Igor Roizen, Judea Pearl: A Minimax Algorithm Better Than Alpha-Beta? Yes and No. Artif. Intell. 21(1-2): 199-220 (1983)
17 Richard M. Karp, Judea Pearl: Searching for an Optimal Path in a Tree with Random Costs. Artif. Intell. 21(1-2): 99-116 (1983)
1982
16 Judea Pearl: Reverend Bayes on Inference Engines: A Distributed Hierarchical Approach. AAAI 1982: 133-136
15 Judea Pearl: The Utility of Precision in Search Heuristics. ECAI 1982: 177-179
14 Judea Pearl: The Solution for the Branching Factor of the Alpha-Beta Pruning Algorithm and its Optimality. Commun. ACM 25(8): 559-564 (1982)
1981
13EEJudea Pearl: The Solution for the Branching Factor of the Alpha-Beta Pruning Algorithm. ICALP 1981: 521-529
12 Judea Pearl: Heuristic Search Theory: Survey of Recent Results. IJCAI 1981: 554-562
11 Judea Pearl: A Space-Efficient On-Line Method of Computing Quantile Estimates. J. Algorithms 2(2): 164-177 (1981)
1980
10 Judea Pearl: SCOUT: A Simple Game-Searching Algorithm with Proven Optimal Properties. AAAI 1980: 143-145
9EEJudea Pearl: Asymptotic Complexity of Game-Searching Procedures. MFCS 1980: 474-487
8 Judea Pearl: Asymptotic Properties of Minimax Trees and Game-Searching Procedures. Artif. Intell. 14(2): 113-138 (1980)
7 Nam Huyn, Rina Dechter, Judea Pearl: Probabilistic Analysis of the Complexity of A*. Artif. Intell. 15(3): 241-254 (1980)
1977
6 A. Leal, Judea Pearl: An Interactive Program for Conversational Elecitation of Decision Structures. IJCAI 1977: 336
1976
5 Judea Pearl: Memory Versus Error Characteristics for Inexact Representations of Linear Orders. IEEE Trans. Computers 25(9): 922-928 (1976)
4EEJudea Pearl: An application of rate-distortion theory to pattern recognition and classification. Pattern Recognition 8(1): 11-22 (1976)
1975
3 Judea Pearl: On The Storage Economy Of Error-Tolerating Question-Answering Systems. IJCAI 1975: 562-568
2 Judea Pearl: Optimal Dyadic Models of Time-Invariant Systems. IEEE Trans. Computers 24(6): 598-603 (1975)
1 Judea Pearl: On the Complexity of Inexact Computations. Inf. Process. Lett. 4(3): 77-81 (1975)

Coauthor Index

1Chen Avin [130]
2Alexander Balke [83] [91] [97]
3Blai Bonet [123]
4Carlos Brito [122] [127] [132]
5David Maxwell Chickering (Max Chickering) [106]
6Adnan Darwiche [86] [90] [109]
7Rina Dechter [7] [23] [24] [27] [37] [52] [53] [56] [58] [65] [67] [69] [72] [101] [104]
8Arthur L. Delcher [96] [99] [100]
9David Galles [95] [107]
10Hector Geffner [42] [73]
11Dan Geiger [51] [55] [60] [63] [66] [85]
12Moisés Goldszmidt [54] [64] [70] [74] [76] [77] [79]
13Russell Greiner [108]
14Adam J. Grove [96] [99] [100]
15Joseph Y. Halpern [112] [118] [119] [120]
16Mark Hopkins [135]
17Nam Huyn [7]
18Changsung Kang [134]
19Richard M. Karp [17]
20Simon Kasif [96] [99] [100]
21Jin H. Kim [22]
22A. Leal [6]
23Itay Meiri [56] [65] [67] [101]
24Paul H. Morris [64] [79]
25Azaria Paz [34] [63] [66] [85]
26George Rebane [41] [45]
27James M. Robins [93]
28Igor Roizen [18]
29Ilya Shpitser [130] [131] [133] [136]
30Devika Subramanian [108]
31Sek-Wah Tan [87] [89] [98]
32Michael Tarsi [29]
33Jin Tian [113] [114] [116] [124] [125] [126] [134]
34Thomas Verma [43] [50] [55] [61] [68] [75] [81]
35Lei Xu [40]
36Ingrid Zukerman [35]

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