joint probability

NOUN
  1. the probability of two events occurring together
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How To Use joint probability In A Sentence

  • The joint probability distributions do not factorize into the product of two independent single distributions. Holism and Nonseparability in Physics
  • To calculate the joint probability of the coincidence occurring in any one minute we multiply the two separate probabilities.
  • To calculate the joint probability of the coincidence occurring in any one minute we multiply the two separate probabilities.
  • I also derived heuristic joint probability distributions based on the determinants involved in the determinantal inequalities and obtained from them formulas for evaluating triplet phase invariants and, later on, formulas for the expected values of phase invariants and embedded semi-invariants of any order, triplet, quartet, quintet, etc. The utility of phase invariants of high order in phase determination has so far been rather limited, except perhaps collectively in the high order determinants where they have been useful for refining the values of approximately determined phase values. Jerome Karle - Autobiography
  • The focus of this entry has been on exploring the nature of the non-local influences in the quantum realm as depicted by quantum theories that violate factorizability, i.e., theories in which the joint probability of the distant outcomes in the EPR/B experiment do not factorize into the product of the single probabilities of these outcomes. Action at a Distance in Quantum Mechanics
  • Bayesian network is a powerful knowledge representation for decomposing joint probability ( or probability density ).
  • In all the above interpretations of quantum mechanics, the failure of factorizability (i.e., the failure of the joint probability of the measurement outcomes in the EPR/B experiment to factorize into their single probabilities) involves non-separability, holism and/or some type of action at a distance. Action at a Distance in Quantum Mechanics
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