By Daniel Revuz, Marc Yor

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Let h stand for a hypothesis and e for a body of evidence. Then this core equation of inverse probability, now known as Bayes’s theorem, expresses the probability of a hypothesis, h, given a body of data, e, in terms of the separate probabilities of the hypothesis and the evidence, and the probability of the evidence given the hypothesis. The conditional probability of h given e is to be interpreted as the degree of 23 24 See Daston 1988, pp. 191–210. Daston quotes, p. ” See, for example, Grimmett and Stirzaker 1992, pp.

The best – in the sense of 18 This distribution had been derived as an approximation to the unwieldy binomial expression by De Moivre in 1733, while working to reduce the limits of Jacob Bernoulli’s law of large numbers. It was first tabulated by Christian Kramp in 1798, as part of his study of refraction effects in astronomical observations. 25 most probable – fit turned out to be that for which the sum of the squares of the differences between each data point and the corresponding value of the curve is a minimum.

In the meantime, that social distributions seemed fixed regardless of external forces need not imply fatalism. A robbery or murder, though carried out by a depraved criminal, was indeed a reflection of the entire society. Yet armed with Quetelet’s tables, a government was free to select judiciously those policies that would shift the entire balance of society and thus reduce rates of deviancy. 9. the rise of the frequency interpretation of probability The classical urn or gambling model of rational judgment implied a relationship between frequencies and degrees of belief.