Inference Network Model (a paragraph quote)Quoted from Modern Information Retrieval (1999):
The two most traditional schools of thought in probability are based on the frequentist view and and the epistemological view. The frequentist view takes probability as a statistical notion to the laws of chance. The epistemological view interprets probability as a degree of belief whose specification might be devoid of statistical experimentation. This second viewpoint is important because we frequently refer to probabilities in our daily lives without a clear definition of the statistical experiment which yielded those probabilities.
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Modern Information Retrieval (1999):

The two most traditional schools of thought in probability are based on the frequentist view and and the epistemological view. The frequentist view takes probability as a statistical notion to the laws of chance. The epistemological view interprets probability as a degree of belief whose specification might be devoid of statistical experimentation. This second viewpoint is important because we frequently refer to probabilities in our daily lives without a clear definition of the statistical experiment which yielded those probabilities.]]>HPInformation RetrievalWed, 15 Dec 2010 00:03:08 +0800