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accepted Shannon's definition of ergodicity
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comment Shannon's definition of ergodicity
I think I understand, I looked at the example in these notes: columbia.edu/~ks20/stochastic-I/stochastic-I-MCII.pdf.
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comment Shannon's definition of ergodicity
With Shannon's definition, what sort of statistical things would this violate if the chain is periodic? Is there an example of some statistical value that would not be the same between different sequences as we limit them?
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asked Shannon's definition of ergodicity
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accepted What does it mean when a matrix is to the (-1/2) power?
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comment What does it mean when a matrix is to the (-1/2) power?
Thanks that makes sense. Does one of you want to write it in an answer so that I can accept it?
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asked What does it mean when a matrix is to the (-1/2) power?
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accepted Approaching Bayesian question with no prior
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asked Approaching Bayesian question with no prior
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answered Contradicting probabilities?
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comment Game Theory- Second-Price Sealed Auction- 2 Players
Also, does player 2 know that player 1 knows their probability distribution?
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comment Game Theory- Second-Price Sealed Auction- 2 Players
Who wins if both bid 100?
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comment Calculating probabilities from incomplete data
That is what I think-although it would be worthwhile to check for relationships, I guess you have your numerical data to do that.
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answered Calculating probabilities from incomplete data
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comment Calculating probabilities from incomplete data
The second table doesn't matter if the first table corresponds to the same observations.
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comment Calculating probabilities from incomplete data
Oh, it isn't in your table, but I am giving an example of something that could happen.
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comment Calculating probabilities from incomplete data
Are you using your first data table, or your second? It makes a big difference. E.g. a doctor who touches a table >2 times will touch the bed, whereas one who only touches the table once will not touch the bed.