• Q understanding statistical problems from deterministic aspects

    From Cosine@21:1/5 to All on Sat Jan 23 03:15:59 2021

    Could we understand statistical problems from deterministic perspectives? When a problem involves no random variables, we discuss whether the problem has: a unique solution, infinitely many solutions, or no solution. In contrast, when a problem has a
    random variable, we cannot sure if the solution found would happen for sure, but can only tell that the solution would happen with a certain probability. Could we understand this as we do not have enough information to formulate the problem in a
    deterministic sense?

    Likewise, could we start "thinking" or formulate a problem in the statistical sense, and then find a way to understand or interpret it in the deterministic sense?

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