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Abstract

In order to hold a meaningful discussion on the accuracy, or otherwise, of our probabilistic assessments, it is necessary to have a meaningful sense of what constitutes an accurate assessment. Pragmatically, this is equivalent to understanding how we can validate probabilistic statements regarding events against their outcomes.

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2018-06-10
2020-05-31
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