The Least Wrong Model Is Not in the Data

3 Apr 2014Oscar Stiffelman

The true process that generated data cannot be determined when multiple explanations are possible. Prediction requires a model of the probability that a process, chosen randomly from the set of candidate explanations, generates some future observation... (read more)

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