Von Mises ’ Frequentist Approach to Probability

@inproceedings{Schield2008VonM,
  title={Von Mises ’ Frequentist Approach to Probability},
  author={Milo Schield and Thomas V. V. Burnham},
  year={2008}
}
Richard Von Mises (1883-1953), the originator of the birthday problem, viewed statistics and probability theory as a science that deals with and is based on real objects rather than as a branch of mathematics that simply postulates relationships from which conclusions are derived. In this context, he formulated a strict Frequentist approach to probability… CONTINUE READING