|Posted: June 12, 2010, 12:15 pm - IP Logged|
I've been reading alot about different systems and how calculations are done. This is what I need clarification on. Alot of formulas appear to use 'Bayes' to calculate probable draws.
I discovered this PDF that uses a different determination - Specification; The Pattern That Signifies Intelligence by William A. Dembski on Aug. 15, 2005 - version 1.22
I realize that this is NOT designed for this use/topic. I think it's used for gene identifacition. It also doesn't have a pre-set probabillity percentage. I think it sets it's own based on what it finds. I'm not sure.
Here's my question; Can anyone please explain why 'Bayes' calculations would work better for this topic instead of the above mentioned PDF.
As I've previously mentioned in other posts, I'm not a programmer and I don't have higher math skills. I'm very inexperienced at these types of calculations and am attempting to figure out how the calculations are done.
Would welcome any clarifications. Thanks to anyone ahead of time,
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