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More by Rex V. Brown. The Art and Science of Making Up Your Mind. Decision Analysis for the Manager (His the Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, the Unbeliever).
More by Rex V. Decision Analysis: An Overview (Series in Quantitative Methods for Decision-Making). Cameron Peterson, Rex V. Brown, Andrew S. Kahr.
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Findings – The critical appraisal tool provides a thorough, generic list of questions that one would ask when . One Ultimate Journey?
Findings – The critical appraisal tool provides a thorough, generic list of questions that one would ask when attempting to determine the validity, applicability and appropriateness of a study. One Ultimate Journey?
Credibility theory is a form of statistical inference used to forecast an uncertain future event developed by Thomas Bayes.
Credibility theory is a form of statistical inference used to forecast an uncertain future event developed by Thomas Bayes. It may be used when you have multiple estimates of a future event, and you would like to combine these estimates in such a way to get a more accurate and relevant estimate. This is typically used by actuaries working for insurance companies when determining the premium values.
The book has earned its place as the bible for forecasters and is a "must have" in every forecaster's library. Instead of reading the text sequentially, the framework and the Handbook's structure also allowed finding a specific article (or a topic of interest within an article) quickly, yet staying oriented to the overall subject.