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  1. stub for infraBayesianism

    Alexander Gietelink Oldenziel

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    • CommentRowNumber2.
    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeMay 4th 2023

    Just looking at your first sentence:

    InfraBayesianism is an extension of Bayesian reasoning that allows for more flexible modeling and reasoning under uncertainty developped by Vanessa Kosoy and Alex Appel.

    • “InfraBayesianism is” – this is probably missing a hyphen?

    • “an extension of Bayesian reasoning” — I can imagine that one -ism can be an extension of another -ism, I am already unsure how one reasoning can be an extension of another reasoning, but I don’t think it type-checks to say that some -ism is an extension of some reasoning?

    • “reasoning under uncertainty developped by Vanessa Kosoy” — this sounds like Kosoy et al. developed an uncertainty. You probably want to move that attribution to the beginning of the sentence, instead.

      There is a long tradition for how to cite efficiently in scientific text, you could try a standard such approach like:

      “Infra-Bayesianism [Kosoy & Appel (2020)] is an extension…”

      (and are you sure you want to move them out of alphabetical order?)

    • “developped” — misspelled

  2. Edited upon request by Vanessa Kosoy

    Alexander Gietelink Oldenziel

    diff, v2, current