@article{Nakajima2003ProbabilitiesOE, title={Probabilities of encounters between objects in biological systems 2: cognizer view.}, author={Toshiyuki Nakajima}, journal={Journal of theoretical biology}, year={2003}, volume={221 1}, pages={39-51} }

- Published 2003 in Journal of theoretical biology

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 probability concept, the probability viewed by the meta-observer located outside the system, expressed as the relative frequencies of events. The… CONTINUE READING