Bayesian Induction: Deterministic Theories
Howson (Colin) & Urbach (Peter)
Source: Howson & Urbach - Scientific Reasoning: The Bayesian Approach, 2006
Paper - Abstract

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Sections

  1. Bayesian Confirmation – 91
  2. Checking a Consequence – 93
  3. The Probability of the Evidence – 97
  4. The Ravens Paradox – 99
  5. The Duhem Problem – 103
  6. Good data, Bad Data, and Data Too Good to be True – 114
  7. Ad Hoc Hypotheses – 118
  8. Designing Experiments – 127
  9. Under-Determination and Prior Probabilities – 128
  10. Conclusion – 130

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