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Judea Pearl Tribute Symposium: Causality

UCLA computer science professor Judea Pearl was honored March 12, 2010 at an all-day workshop celebrating his influential contributions in artificial intelligence and related sciences. The event, held at the UCLA Faculty Center, coincided with the 25th anniversary in which Pearl introduced the term Bayesian Network — a graphical model of probabilistic and causal relationships named after the 18th Century English mathematician Thomas Bayes. At the event, Pearl was presented with a Festschrift entitled “Heuristic, Probability and Causality: A Tribute to Judea Pearl”…