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cre·dal

 (krēd′l)
adj.
1. Variant of creedal.
2. Mathematics Of or relating to the determination of expected probability based on incomplete information.
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Adj.1.credal - of or relating to a creed
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witnesses to the visibility of the church which is credally confessed as 'One', in harmony with the Word who was made flesh and the Holy Spirit who descended upon a flesh-and-blood community of believers" (p.180), These words would seem to apply equally to the witness of the visible saints of the congregational traditions, though their application in polity differs considerably as between the Eastern Orthodox and the Orthodox Dissenters.
Theodor Storm, whose two anthologies of 1859 and 1870 draw generously on both these poets, articulates in his credally formulated introductions the principles that Muller and Heine had expressed before him.
P is (i) causally neutral if conditionalising on it does not alter one's credences in the causal hypotheses [K.sub.j]; (ii) credally neutral if conditionalising on it does not alter one's credences in the credal hypotheses [K.sub.j].