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 adj. Not Bayesian.
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So given the apparent plausibility of (4*), any grounds that one has for questioning the inductive step in the earlier, nonBayesian versions of the argument are likely to translate into grounds for questioning, first of all, proposition (5*), and secondly, the closely connected proposition (5).

This current usage is misleading since in inductive logic the Bayesian/nonBayesian distinction should really hang on whether the logic gives Bayes 'theorem a prominent role, or whether the logic largely eschews the use of Bayes' theorem in inductive inferences, as does the classical approach to statistical inference.

When rigorous mathematics is applied to sampling, the probabilities are called nonBayesian probabilities.

Begin with a “prior distribution” which may be based on anything, including an assessment of the relative likelihoods of parameters or the results of nonBayesian observations.

One of the interesting things about the work is its proposal of a nonBayesian way of dealing with probability of arguments.

The third view, "likelihoodism," is popular among nonBayesian statisticians.

There seems to be no decisive criterion of choice between the Bayesian and nonBayesian approaches.

Because the computer is truly nonBayesian, it can't yet differentiate between a win over an obviously bad team vs. a win over an obviously good team.

Begin with a "prior distribution" which may be based on anything, including an assessment of the relative likelihoods of parameters or the results of nonBayesian observations.
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