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Posted by Rowanda on January 9, 2005 03:49:41 UTC

"The specific mapping of the labels for the elements of C are part of the model and not a given aspect of the phenomena to be modeled. If follows that the PSI yielded by the model cannot be a function of that mapping procedure: i.e., all possible mappings must end up yielding exactly the same probability algorithm (the must yield results consistent with the actual distributions of the elements of B in C independent of the chosen mappings). This fact can be used to prove that must satisfy some simple partial differential relations."

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