Intuitive theories as grammars for causal inference (2007)

by Joshua B. Tenenbaum , Thomas L. Griffiths , Sourabh Niyogi
Venue:In A. Gopnik & L. Schulz (Eds.), Causal learning: Psychology, philosophy, and computation
Citations:13 - 7 self

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