The Paradigm of Complex Probability and the Novel Dynamic Logic – The Model

Jaoudé, Abdo Abou (2024) The Paradigm of Complex Probability and the Novel Dynamic Logic – The Model. B P International, pp. 2-51. ISBN 978-81-971164-5-2

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The five fundamental axioms of classical probability theory were put forward in 1933 by Andrey Nikolaevich Kolmogorov. Encompassing new imaginary dimensions with the experiment real dimensions will make the work in the complex probability set C totally predictable and with a probability permanently equal to one. This is the original idea in my complex probability paradigm. Therefore, this will make the event in C = R + M absolutely deterministic by adding to the real set of probabilities R the contributions of the imaginary set of probabilities M. It is of great importance that stochastic systems become totally predictable since we will be perfectly knowledgeable to foretell the outcome of all random events that occur in nature. Consequently, by calculating the parameters of the new prognostic model, we will be able to determine the chaotic factor, the magnitude of the chaotic factor, the degree of our knowledge, the real and imaginary and complex probabilities in the probability sets R and M and C and which are all subject to chaos and random effects. Accordingly, my purpose here is to link my complex probability paradigm to logic. Hence, after adding the time dimension, we will apply this novel paradigm to a newly defined logic that I called ‘Dynamic Logic’.

Item Type: Book
Subjects: Eurolib Press > Mathematical Science
Depositing User: Managing Editor
Date Deposited: 19 Mar 2024 10:38
Last Modified: 19 Mar 2024 10:38

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