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Topic: Non standard probability theory
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Patrick D. Rockwell

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Non standard probability theory
Posted: Dec 19, 2013 8:03 PM
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There is also free probability developed in about 1986 Which is about non commutative random variables (Whatever that means). I wish someone would tell me. I love probability. I know what the non commutative
property is, but not the non commutative random
Variable.

Here is a link to Wikipedia's article on free probability.

Non crossing partitions also play a role in free probability.




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