According to modern physics, many objectively improbable events actually occur, such as the spontaneous disintegration of radioactive atoms. Because of high levels of improbability, scientists are often at a loss to explain such phenomena. In this main essay of this book, Wesley Salmon offers a solution to scientific explanation based on the concept of statistical relevance (the S-R model). In this vein, the other two essays herein discuss aStatistical Relevance vs. Statistical Inference, a and aExplanation and Information.aIn this main essay of this book, Wesley Salmon offers a solution to scientific explanation based on the concept of statistical relevance (the S-R model). In this vein, the other two essays herein discuss aStatistical Relevance vs.

Title | : | Statistical Explanation and Statistical Relevance |

Author | : | Wesley C. Salmon |

Publisher | : | University of Pittsburgh Pre - 1971-09-15 |

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