Bayesian Probability

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Bayesian probability is a particular calculus of inductive plausible reasoning based on the works of Bernoulli, Bayes, Laplace (and more recently of Jeffreys, Cox, and Jaynes) in which probability is interpreted as the degree that a proposition/hypothesis/model is true ranging from complete certainty to complete certainty of its falsehood and all intermediate values.