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Given two observables $A$ and $B$ such that $[A,B] = iC$, the most general form of the uncertainty principle is $$\Delta_\omega(A)\Delta_\omega(B)\geq\frac12|\omega(C)|,$$ where $\omega$ is any state of the algebra of observables. By the Riesz-Markov theorem, there is a regular probability measure such that $$\omega(f(A)) = \int_{\sigma(A)}f(\lambda)\ \text ...


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If there are enough data and the prior is not completely unreasonable, the frequentist and the Bayesian approach give essentially the same answer. This is related to the central limit theorem. If data are fairly scarce, the two approaches may differ a lot. In this case the Bayesian approach is far preferable but only if the prior reflects true prior ...



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