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Conditional and biconditional statements are a standard part of symbolic logic but they have only recently begun to be explored in probability for applications in artificial intelligence. Here we give a brief overview of the major theorems involved and illustrate them using two standard model problems from conditional probability.


This work was originally published in Recent Advances on Applied Mathematics, Proceedings of the American Conference on Applied Mathematics held in Cambridge, Massachusetts.



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