Bayesian inference works even in a chaotic or deterministic world

Professor John Geweke, in a Comment on an article by Professor Mark Berliner a bit back (1992), shows how Bayesian inference continues to be a means for expressing subjective uncertainty even in a scheme where there are no stochastics but simply chaotic determininism. Huh. Interesting.

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