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Topic: Non standard probability theory
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FredJeffries@gmail.com

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Re: Non standard probability theory
Posted: Dec 11, 2012 6:26 PM
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On Nov 11, 6:36 pm, kir <danielgold...@sunyorange.edu> wrote:
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> What's really true is that it occurs with infinitesimal probability.


Alexander R Pruss
http://alexanderpruss.blogspot.com/
has written on this subject

"Infinite Lotteries, Perfectly Thin Darts and Infinitesimals"
https://bearspace.baylor.edu/Alexander_Pruss/www/papers/Lotteries.pdf

"Probability, Regularity and Cardinality"
https://bearspace.baylor.edu/Alexander_Pruss/www/papers/Regularity.pdf



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