- A logic for arguing about probabilities in measure teams
- Archive for Mathematical Logic
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- 56 | 5-6
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- Interfacultary Research Institutes
- Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC)
We use sets of assignments, a.k.a. teams, and measures on them to define probabilities of first-order formulas in given data. We then axiomatise first-order properties of such probabilities and prove a completeness theorem for our axiomatisation. We use the Hardy–Weinberg Principle of biology and the Bell’s Inequalities of quantum physics as examples.
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