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  1. Tomasz Placek, Jacek Wawer & Leszek Wroński (2013). Causes and (in)Determinism. Erkenntnis:1-3.
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  2. Leszek Wroński (2013). Branching Space-Times and Parallel Processing. In. In Hanne Andersen, Dennis Dieks, Wenceslao González, Thomas Uebel & Gregory Wheeler (eds.), New Challenges to Philosophy of Science. Springer Verlag. 135--148.
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  3. Leszek Wroński & Michał Marczyk (2013). A New Notion of Causal Closedness. Erkenntnis:1-26.
    In recent years part of the literature on probabilistic causality concerned notions stemming from Reichenbach’s idea of explaining correlations between not directly causally related events by referring to their common causes. A few related notions have been introduced, e.g. that of a “common cause system” (Hofer-Szabó and Rédei in Int J Theor Phys 43(7/8):1819–1826, 2004) and “causal (N-)closedness” of probability spaces (Gyenis and Rédei in Found Phys 34(9):1284–1303, 2004; Hofer-Szabó and Rédei in Found Phys 36(5):745–756, 2006). In this paper we (...)
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  4. Leszek Wroński & Michał Marczyk (2010). Only Countable Reichenbachian Common Cause Systems Exist. Foundations of Physics 40 (8):1155-1160.
    In this paper we give a positive answer to a problem posed by Hofer-Szabó and Rédei (Int. J. Theor. Phys. 43:1819–1826, 2004) regarding the existence of infinite Reichenbachian common cause systems (RCCSs). An example of a countably infinite RCCS is presented. It is also determined that no RCCSs of greater cardinality exist.
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  5. Tomasz Placek & Leszek Wroński (2009). On Infinite Epr-Like Correlations. Synthese 167 (1):1 - 32.
    The paper investigates, in the framework of branching space–times, whether an infinite EPR-like correlation which does not involve finite EPR-like correlations is possible.
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  6. Leszek Wronski & Tomasz Placek (2009). On Infinite EPR-Like Correlations. Synthese 167 (1):1 - 32.
    The paper investigates, in the framework of branching space-times, whether an infinite EPR-like correlation which does not involve finite EPR-like correlations is possible.
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  7. Leszek Wroński & Tomasz Placek (2009). On Minkowskian Branching Structures☆. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B 40 (3):251-258.
    We introduce the notion of a Minkowskian Branching Structure ("MBS" for short). Then we prove some results concerning the phenomenon of funny business in its finitary and infinitary variants.
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  8. Michal Marczyk & Leszek Wronski, Exhaustive Classication of Finite Classical Probability Spaces with Regard to the Notion of Causal Up-to-N-Closedness.
    Extending the ideas from (Hofer-Szabó and Rédei [2006]), we introduce the notion of causal up-to-n-closedness of probability spaces. A probability space is said to be causally up-to-n-closed with respect to a relation of independence R_ind iff for any pair of correlated events belonging to R_ind the space provides a common cause or a common cause system of size at most n. We prove that a finite classical probability space is causally up-to-3-closed w.r.t. the relation of logical independence iff its probability (...)
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  9. Michal Marczyk & Leszek Wronski, Only Countable Common Cause Systems Exist.
    In this paper we give a positive answer to a problem posed by G. Hofer-Szabo and M. Redei (2004) regarding the existence of infinite common cause systems (CCSs). An example of a countably infinite CCS is presented, as well as the proof that no CCSs of greater cardinality exist.
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