Bayesian theorem

From the definition of the conditional probabilities Bayesian theorem and Bayesian theorem, it is easy to show the following:

Bayesian theorem

Rev. Thomas Bayes (1701–1761) used this rule and formulated his famous Bayes theorem that can be interpreted if Bayesian theorem represents the initial degree of belief (or prior probability) in the value of a random variable A before observing B; then, its posterior ...

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