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PHD student of physics with a topic that requires loads of programming.

Blackletter enthusiast, currently working on Unifraktur Maguntia.

My username is pronounced [ˈvʀ̩ʦl̩ˌpʀm̩ft] and comes from a list of names you should not give to your child, which in turn got it from this guy.


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comment Do people estimate combined probabilities differently to uncombined ones?
Thank you. These publications are certainly very helpful, especially as a starting point for further literature survey. Unfortunately, support theory and all I found so far only seems to deal with the case of additive probabilities (as in the example you reported) and not with multiple probabilities.
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comment Do people estimate combined probabilities differently to uncombined ones?
Thanks, I forgot that cumulated is a predefined term in statistics and I changed it to combined, which should be the correct term. I denote an event as combined if it occurs if and only if a collection of other events occur.
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cumulated → combined
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