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The theory of dual co~event means

Vorobyev, Oleg Yu. (2016): The theory of dual co~event means. Published in: Proceedings of the XV FAMEMS-2016 Conference and the Workshop on Hilbert's sixth problem, Krasnoyarsk, Russia (30 September 2016): pp. 44-93.

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Abstract

This work is the third, but not the last, in the cycle begun by the works [23, 22] about the new theory of experience and chance as the theory of co~events. Here I introduce the concepts of two co~event means, which serve as dual co~event characteristics of some co~event. The very idea of dual co~event means has become the development of two concepts mean-measure set [16] and mean-probable event [20, 24], which were first introduced as two independent characteristics of the set of events, so that then, within the framework of the theory of experience and of chance, the idea can finally get the opportunity to appear as two dual faces of the same co~event. I must admit that, precisely, this idea, hopelessly long and lonely stood at the sources of an indecently long string of guesses and insights, did not tire of looming, beckoning to the new co~event description of the dual nature of uncertainty, which I called the theory of experience and chance or the certainty theory. The constructive final push to the idea of dual co~event means has become two surprisingly suitable examples, with which I was fortunate to get acquainted in 2015, each of which is based on the statistics of the experienced-random experiment in the form of a co~event.

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