Answer-Set Programs for Reasoning about Counterfactual Interventions and Responsibility Scores for C

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Leopoldo Bertossi, Gabriela Reyes


We describe how answer-set programs can be used to declaratively specify counterfactual interventions on entities under classification, and reason about them. In particular, they can be used to define and compute responsibility scores as attribution-based explanations for outcomes from classification models. The approach allows for the inclusion of domain knowledge and supports query answering. A detailed example with a naive-Bayes classifier is presented.

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