Friday, April 10, 2009

Predicting (Inferring) a Box's Behavior (Outputs, Reports)

Input: an observation (a signal, a possibly-sensed event).

Output: a statement.

Intermediary: a box.

Question: To predict a box's outputs given specified inputs, do you have to be able to see (or infer) the innards (or workings) of the box or is it sufficient to be able to observe the box's outputs in the past given specified inputs?

the dynamic evidence page

coming soon: the law of evidence on Spindle Law

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