Misadventures In Conditional Expectation: The Two-Envelope Problem
- Carl G. Wagner
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Several fallacies of conditionalization are illustrated, using the two-envelope problem as a case in point
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- Misadventures In Conditional Expectation: The Two-Envelope Problem
Volume 51, Issue 2-3 , pp 233-241
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- Carl G. Wagner (1)
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- 1. Mathematics Department, University of Tennessee, 121 Ayres Hall, Knoxville, TN, U.S.A, 37996, 1300