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Considering two decision-making tasks $A$ and $B$, each of which wishes to
compute an effective \textit{decision} $Y$ for a given \textit{query} $X$, {can
we solve task $B$ by using query-decision pairs $(X, Y)$ of $A$ without knowing
the latent decision-making model?} Such problems, called \textit{inverse
decision-making with task migrations}, are of interest in that the complex and
stochastic nature of real-world applications often prevents the agent from
completely knowing the underlying system. In this paper, we introduce such a
new …

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