Entanglement!

I want to share with you my excitement for this new work:Computational Complexity and the Nature of Quantum MechanicsAlessio Benavoli, Alessandro Facchini, Marco Zaffalon In a previous paper, we derived the axioms of QM from the same rationality principles that underlie the subjective foundation of probability. We were able to …

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ISIPTA 2019

I am happy to be part of the Technical Program Committee of ISIPTA 2019. That is the 20-year anniversary edition of the world’s main forum on imprecise probabilities. If we had to describe its central theme in one sentence, it would be that “There’s more to uncertainty than probabilities.” Indeed, …

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Special issue on “Imprecise Probabilities, logic and Rationality”

I am co-editing a Special Issue on “Imprecise Probabilities, logic and Rationality” in the International Journal of Approximate Reasoning (IJAR-elsevier). This SI intends to contribute to the state-of-the-art of the interactions and connections between imprecise probabilities and logic, and more generally with formal theories of rationality, the hope being that …

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PyRational

I have implemented a Python library for modelling, inference and updating with Almost Desirable Gambles (ADG) models. It is both friendly and flexible. It works with continuous, discrete and mixed variables. Here you can find some additional info, setup instructions and 4 examples (notebooks): https://github.com/PyRational/PyRational/blob/master/notebooks/index.ipynb The notebooks (and relative examples) …

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Baycomp

Janez Demsar has reimplemented our library about Bayesian hypothesis testing for comparing competing algorithms in ML. It can now be installed directly with pip. Hereafter, a brief description. Baycomp is a library for Bayesian comparison of classifiers. Functions compare two classifiers on one or on multiple data sets. They compute …

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Bayes+Hilbert=QM

QM is based on four main axioms, which were derived after a long process of trial and error. The motivations for the axioms are not always clear and even to experts the basic axioms of QM often appear counter-intuitive. In a recent paper [1], we have shown that: It is …

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