The Only Acceptable Approach to Probalistic Reasoning

March 13, 2004

Probabilistic reasoning includes both probability theory and the methodology (statistics) by which we choose specific probability models andapply them. A (not the!) concept of probability requires a stand on its meaning and domain of applicability (chance, uncertainty, indeterminacy), with these two then providing the basis for a suitable mathematical axiomatization.


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