Bayes rule, Game Theory

 

Treating probability as a logic, Thomas Bayes defined the following:

Pr(X|Y)=Pr(Y|X)Pr(X)/Pr(Y)

For example, probability that the weather was bad given that our friends played cricket can be calculated as:

Pr(play cricket in the rain)Pr(rain)/Pr(play cricket).

 

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