In this paper, we propose a decision surface of every two X-ray pulsars' recognition based on the Bayesian theory
firstly and derive the recognition performance.
Interestingly, Chapline  noted that neither Bayesian theory
nor Dempster-Shafer could offer insight on how to minimize overall energy usage in the network.
Essentially, Bayesian theory
tells us how to express and manipulate probabilities.
Models of model uncertainty that have the decisionmakers entertain multiple models require modifying the Bayesian theory
In addition, Neil says, Bayesian theory
lacks the predictability and scalability which internet users require.
Gower suggests that Bayesian Theory
may provide the correct answers to questions about how scientists' beliefs ought be fixed.
The Certain Factor (CF) approach (Shortliffe, 1976) has been successfully used in MYCIN, one of the earliest expert systems for medical diagnostics which is based on the Bayesian theory
N&S cite the following virtues: 1) The Bayesian theory
of method is based on a central idea that is both simple and coherent: a uniform procedure for rationally updating beliefs.
The present paper is not (just) a plea for better manners: some of Chihara's objections are representative of a considerable body of opinion which sees similar defects in the Bayesian theory
, and a discussion of his criticisms will hopefully make a positive contribution to the evergreen Bayesian/anti-Bayesian debate.
According to Earman, the best Bayesian theory
of confirmation says that evidence E confirms hypothesis H relative to background information K if and only if E increases the probability of H given K (in symbols, Pr(H/E,K) > Pr(E/K)).