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Topic: Probabilities not in [0,1]?
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Peter Percival

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Probabilities not in [0,1]?
Posted: Mar 10, 2013 2:36 PM
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Is there a theory of probability in which probabilities do not lie in the
real interval [0,1]? More specifically, is there one in which the "space"
of probabilities may have points x, y, z with x < y, x < z but y and z not
necessarily comparable?

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