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Assumption 3.2 (Minimality Assumption)

1. Given its parents in the DAG, a node 𝑋 is independent of all its [...] (Assumption 3.1).

2. Adjacent nodes in the DAG are dependent.

Answer

non-descendants

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#causality #statistics

Question

Assumption 3.2 (Minimality Assumption)

1. Given its parents in the DAG, a node 𝑋 is independent of all its [...] (Assumption 3.1).

2. Adjacent nodes in the DAG are dependent.

Answer

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#causality #statistics

Question

Assumption 3.2 (Minimality Assumption)

1. Given its parents in the DAG, a node 𝑋 is independent of all its [...] (Assumption 3.1).

2. Adjacent nodes in the DAG are dependent.

Answer

non-descendants

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Assumption 3.2 (Minimality Assumption) 1. Given its parents in the DAG, a node 𝑋 is independent of all its non-descendants (Assumption 3.1). 2. Adjacent nodes in the DAG are dependent.

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Assumption 3.2 (Minimality Assumption) 1. Given its parents in the DAG, a node 𝑋 is independent of all its non-descendants (Assumption 3.1). 2. Adjacent nodes in the DAG are dependent.

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