4 edition of The science of chance found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||GV1302 .L4 1950|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 348 p.|
|Number of Pages||348|
|LC Control Number||50005404|
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This collection of New Scientist articles on randomness and chance in nature, mathematics and computer science is both entertaining and informative. It is aimed at readers with minimal science knowledge and as such quite accessible even to younger readers/5(50).
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The New Scientist books suffer a little for this problem, but the good news is that the vast majority of the articles in Chance on The science of chance book, probability and the like are very readable in their own right, and there isn't too much overlap between them/5.
Probability: The Science of Chance Hardcover – January 1, by Margaret Willerding (Author)Author: Margaret Willerding. The book equivalent to a BBC Horizon episode This collection of New Scientist articles on randomness and chance in nature, mathematics and computer science is both entertaining and informative.
It is aimed at readers with minimal science knowledge and as such quite accessible even to younger readers/5. This book presents a multidisciplinary perspective on chance, with contributions from distinguished researchers in the areas of biology, cognitive neuroscience, economics, genetics, general history, law, linguistics, logic, mathematical physics, statistics, theology and philosophy.
"The Logic of Chance", subtitled "The Nature and Origin of Biological Evolution", is a delightful introduction to the current understanding of the natural evolution. The book is written in such a way that it allows the passionate layperson to follow and understand the presentation, with just the right amount of effort in order to provide satisfaction without (too much) frustration/5(24).
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You'll be taught each and every step of the influence process including robust strategies for making change /5(). Other challenges that emerge from this book include a better understanding of the contextuality and perspectival character of chance (including its scale-dependence), and the curious fact that, throughout history (including contemporary science), chance has been used both as an explanation and as a hallmark of the absence of explanation.
This book tells how quantitative ideas of chance have transformed the natural and social sciences as well as everyday life over the past three centuries. A continuous narrative connects the earliest application of probability and statistics in gambling and insurance to the most recent forays into law, medicine, polling, and baseball/5(30).
The science of chance from probability to statistics. by Horace C. Levinson. Published by Rinehart in New York. Written in EnglishPages: Probability: the science of chance.
[Arthur G Razzell; K G O Watts; Ellen Raskin] -- Briefly explains such aspects of probability as margin of error, random samples, and statistics. Includes experiments and questions for the reader. Designing Experiments & Games of Chance: The Unconventional Science of Blaise Pascal.
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Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Levinson, Horace C. (Horace Clifford). Science of chance.
New York, Rinehart . The role of chance, or "luck", in science comprises all ways in which unexpected discoveries are made. Many domains, especially psychology, are concerned with the way science interacts with chance — particularly "serendipity" (accidents that, through sagacity, are transformed into opportunity).Psychologist Kevin Dunbar and colleagues estimate that between 30% and 50%.
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This book isn't in-depth science or history but is entertaining and informative without All of the topics were chosen because chance or luck were involved in their discovery/invention.
Each chapter is a separate unit that covers a particular topic, such as botox, explosive cellulose, synthetic dyes, penicillin, post-it notes, lobotomies, the /5. If you purchased a science book that was published years ago, then there’s a big chance that you may be reading an outdated version of our current understanding of the field.
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This use of the computer in probability has been already beautifully illustrated by William Feller in the second edition of his famous text An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications (New York: Wiley, ).Cited by: Anti-Chance: A Reply to Monod's Chance and Necessity is a critique of Jacques Monod's essay on the natural philosophy of modern biology.
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The first ten chapters of Another Chance pull the curtain back on the alcoholic family. We meet its cast of characters: the Dependent, the Enabler, the Hero, the Scapegoat, 5/5(1). Probability and statistics, the branches of mathematics concerned with the laws governing random events, including the collection, analysis, interpretation, and display of numerical ility has its origin in the study of gambling and insurance in the 17th century, and it is now an indispensable tool of both social and natural sciences.
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