Surveys in Mathematics and its Applications


ISSN 1842-6298 (electronic), 1843-7265 (print)
Volume 12 (2017), 65 -- 70

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ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AS A STOCHASTIC PROCESS

George Stoica and Barry Strack

Abstract. The paper argues that stochastic and deterministic knowledge complement and improve upon each other. We introduce a stochastic model for acquired knowledge and prove that the numerical data provided fits quite well the estimated outcomes of the model.

2010 Mathematics Subject Classification: 91E10; 91E40; 60J60; 62F10.
Keywords: Knowledge; Stochastic model; Parameter estimation.

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George Stoica
Horizon Health Network, Research Services,
Saint John Regional Hospital,
400 University Ave., Saint John NB, E2L 4L2, Canada.
e-mail: George.Stoica@HorizonNB.ca


Barry Strack
Horizon Health Network, Research Services,
Saint John Regional Hospital,
400 University Ave., Saint John NB, E2L 4L2, Canada.
e-mail: barry.strack@horizonnb.ca

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