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- Crime Scene Investigation
- Crime Scene Investigator.
- Computer Society of India
- Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, (formerly CSICOP).
- Customer Satisfaction Index
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I use the term CSI as it relates to anyone investigating the crime scene, not the number one TV show in America.
We can only analyze its effectiveness in this regard where we actually know what the cause of the CSI is and we can evaluate whether or not it is always associated with intelligence.
I Loved the original CSI and even engaged in CSI miami, but how many murders can you watch be solved in 60 mins.
Laurence Fishburne's Dr. Langston faces a career crossroads in CSI (CBS, 9 ET/PT), which needs to spend the summer making the character more personable and compelling.
CSI is measured as an improbable specified pattern which uses up all probabilistic resources and thus rules out chance as a best explanation.
CSI is merely a measurement of a specified pattern against all specified patterns and then measured against the information content of all trials (probabilistic resources).
That demonstrates that CSI is a measure of someone's knowledge and not an objective physical quantity.
And yes, CSI is a measurement of someone's knowledge of which patterns are specified and which one's aren't, however all measurement is based on someone's knowledge (especially as it pertains to probabilities) so again, what's your point?
So, why do you keep insisting that somehow the equation for CSI is supposed to have magical qualities which can discover if a pattern is specific?
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