8Zero‐One Laws

If an event images depends on a sequence images of random variables, and images is its probability after images are known, then, almost surely, images tends to 1 if images happens and to 0 if not. More generally, if an integrable random variable images is a function of images, and images is its expected value after images are known, then images tends almost surely to . This is Lévy's classical zero‐one law, roughly as he stated it in 1937 [245, section ...

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