Probabilities of encounters between objects in biological systems 2: cognizer view.

Abstract

The same event may not necessarily occur against a given cognition (action) upon repetition. The degree of certainty in which a particular event actually occurs following a current cognition is the probability of the event viewed (experienced) by the focal cognizer. This is the internal concept of probability, which is contrasted with the external… (More)

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