Causal Inference in the Presence of Interference in Sponsored Search Advertising
In classical causal inference, inferring cause-effect relations from data relies on the assumption that units are independent and identically distributed. This assumption is violated in settings where units are related through a network of dependencies. An example of such a setting is ad placement i...
Bayir, Murat Ali
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|Data of publication:||2020-10-14|
|Database:||arXiv Computer Science
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