Jeffreys's law for general games of prediction: in search of a theory. / P. Dawid, A.; G. Vovk, V.

2009.

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abstract = "We are interested in the following version of Jeffreys's law: if two predictors are predicting the same sequence of events and either is doing a satisfactory job, they will make similar predictions in the long run. We give a classification of instances of Jeffreys's law, illustrated with examples.",
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