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Inductive logic: from data analysis to experimental design
AIP Conference Proceedings
In celebration of the work of Richard Threlkeld Cox, we explore inductive logic and its role in science touching on both experimental design and analysis of experimental results. In this exploration we demonstrate that the duality between the logic of assertions and the logic of questions has important consequences. We discuss the conjecture that the relevance or bearing, b, of a question on an issue can be expressed in terms of the probabilities, p, of the assertions that answer the questiondoi:10.1063/1.1477061 fatcat:5mq3w7pcrve6fbq2v5crsdjfwm