How General Can We Go: What Is Computable and What Is not
Part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence book series (SCI, volume 773)
Need to take uncertainty into account when processing data: reminder. The resulting estimates are never 100% accurate:
measurements are never absolutely accurate,
physical models used for predictions are usually only approximate, and
sometimes (like in quantum physics) these models only predict the probabilities of different events.
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