These articles have either been published, or have been accepted for publication in their current form.
- Beckers, S., and Vennekens, J. (2017). The Transitivity and Asymmetry of Actual Causation, Ergo, 4(1), 1-27.
- Beckers, S. (2017). AAAI: an Argument Against Artificial Intelligence, In Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on AI, Ethics and Society, forthcoming. (See the longer and substantially altered article with the same title below for a more compelling argument.)
- Beckers, S., and Vennekens, J. (2016). A Principled Approach to Defining Actual Causation, Synthese, 195(2), 835-862. Click here for official version
- Beckers, S., and Vennekens, J. (2016). A General Framework for Defining and Extending Actual Causation using CP-logic, International Journal for Approximate Reasoning, 77: 105-126. Click here for official version
- Beckers, S., and Vennekens, J. (2015). Towards a General Definition of Actual Causation Using CP-logic. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Probabilistic Logic Programming co-located with ICLP, volume 1413 of CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 19–38.
- Beckers, S., and Vennekens, J. (2015). Combining Probabilistic, Normative, and Causal Reasoning in CP-logic, In Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Logical Formalizations of Commonsense Reasoning, 32-38.
- Beckers, S., and Vennekens, J. (2012). Counterfactual Dependency and Actual Causation in CP-logic and Structural Models: a Comparison. In Proceedings of the Sixth STAIRS, volume 241 of Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 35–46.
- Beckers, S., De Samblanx, G., De Smedt, F., Goedemé, T., Struyf, L., and Vennekens, J. (2012). Parallel hybrid SAT solving using OpenCL. In Proceedings of Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 11-18.
- Beckers, S., De Samblanx, G., De Smedt, F., Goedemé, T., Struyf, L., and Vennekens, J. (2011). Parallel SAT-solving with OpenCL. In Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on Applied Computing, 435-441.
This is my PhD dissertation. Most of its content has been published in the articles above.
Work in Progress
These papers contain drafts, and hence should not be considered as finished articles in any shape or form. (The bottom one never even made it into the draft-phase, and probably never will.)
These are some of the papers and dissertations which I wrote as a student, hence they might not be worth spending much (if any) time on.