classical probability


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classical probability

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(Statistics) another name for mathematical probability
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It helps to the generalization of classical probability theory, fuzzy set, fuzzy logic to their respective domains.
However, when the probabilities of rare events are very difficult to assess or events occur only once, the classical probability methodology may not be suitable because there is not enough statistic data [3, 4].
Probability of NCS is a generalization of the classical probability in which the chance that an event A = <[A.
13] Quantum information theorists have further shown quantum theory to be consistent with the notion of entanglement, while classical probability theory is not--suggesting that classical probability theory is a special case of quantum theory.
The content of most of the teaching modules fell within Introduction to and Basics of Probability and Statistics, covering definition and properties of probability, basics of descriptive and inferential statistics, discrete random variables, expected value, classical probability distributions, and central limit theorem.
The topics include multi-object modeling and filtering, implementing classical probability hypothesis density and cardinalized probability hypothesis density filters, joint tracking and sensor-bias estimation, exact closed-form multi-target filter, random finite set filters for superpositional sensors, and single-target sensor management.
Also, he suggested an extension of the classical probability and imprecise probability to "neutrosophic probability".
Returning to the setting of classical probability theory, it is a
Noncommutative probability, also called quantum probability or algebraic probability theory, is an extension of classical probability theory where the algebra of random variables is replaced by a possibly noncommutative algebra.
Abraham De Moivre; setting the stage for classical probability and its applications.
In classical probability, one tries to figure out every possible outcome and make predictions without collecting data.