Symmetry in Polyadic Inductive Logic
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A family of symmetries of polyadic inductive logic are described which in turn give rise to the purportedly rational Permutation Invariance Principle stating that a rational assignment of probabilities should respect these symmetries. An equivalent, and more practical, version of this principle is then derived.
KeywordsSymmetry Inductive logic Probability logic Spectrum exchangeability Rationality
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