Efficient convergence implies Ockham’s Razor (2002)

by Kevin T. Kelly
Venue:Proceedings of the 2002 International Workshop on Computational Models of Scientific Reasoning and Applications, Las Vegas
Citations:17 - 14 self

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4 A close shave with realism: How Ockham’s razor helps us find the truth – Kevin T. Kelly - 2002
Simplicity, Truth, and the Unending Game of Science – Kevin T. Kelly - 2005
Learning, Simplicity, Truth, and Misinformation – Kevin T. Kelly
2 Ockham’s Razor, Truth, and Information – Kevin T. Kelly - 2007
Recommended Citation – Kevin T. Kelly, Clark Glymour
Argument, Inquiry, and the Unity of Science – Kevin T. Kelly - 2008
Mind Change Optimal Learning: . . . – Wei Luo - 2007
1 Hard Choices in Scientific Inquiry – Oliver Schulte - 1997
Ockham Efficiency Theorem for Stochastic Empirical Methods – Conor Mayo-Wilson, Kevin Kelly - 2010
Noname manuscript No. (will be inserted by the editor) Ockham Efficiency Theorem for Stochastic Empirical Methods – Kevin T. Kelly, Conor Mayo-wilson, Kevin Kelly, Conor Mayo-wilson
(will be inserted by the editor) Ockham Efficiency Theorem for Stochastic Empirical Methods – Conor Mayo-wilson, Kevin Kally, Conor Mayo-wilson, Kevin Kelly, Carnegie Mellon, Kevin T. Kelly, Conor Mayo-wilson - 2010
10 Inferring Conservation Laws in Particle Physics: A Case Study – Oliver Schulte - 2001
Efficiency – Kevin T. Kelly, Kevin T. Kelly - 2007
6 Ockham’s Razor, Empirical Complexity, and Truth-finding Efficiency – Kevin T. Kelly - 2007
BAYESIAN ORGULITY – Gordon Belot
10 2007b)How Simplicity Helps You Find the Truth Without Pointing at it – Kevin T. Kelly
Confirmation and Chaos * – Maralee Harrell, Clark Glymour
1.3.1 Means-Ends Vindications of Traditional Proposals.... 11 – Oliver Schulte
Ockham Efficiency Theorem for Random Empirical Methods – Kevin T. Kelly, Conor Mayo-wilson - 2009