Continuous Attributes and Distributions

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This section and its sub-pages are about continuous probability distributions such as the normal distribution (Gaussian distribution), and estimating the parameters of such distributions from given data.

E.g., the probability density function of a normal distribution, N(μ, σ), with mean μ and standard deviation σ > 0, for -∞ < x < ∞, is:
f(x) = (1 / √(2π).σ) . e-(x-μ)2 / 2σ2
Note that f(x) is symmetric about x=μ, and it is the case, of course, that
-∞+∞ f(x) dx = 1
N , ( )

hi= N(x) dx
Coding Ockham's Razor, L. Allison, Springer

A Practical Introduction to Denotational Semantics, L. Allison, CUP

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