Jennifer Lee’s 2007 Mercyhurst thesis contains three experiments that suggest an efficient way for teaching a Bayesian reasoning technique to intelligence analysts and indicate that using natural frequencies when modeling a problem increases forecasting accuracy compared to modeling a problem using conditional probabilities when solving intelligence-related Bayesian problems.
Washington: In a decision likely to anger China, the US is partly lifting a 40-year ban on arms sales to former foe Vietnam to help boost defences in the tense South China Sea. The historic easing of the ban in place since the end of the Vietnam War in 1975 will only apply to maritime equipment, State Department officials stressed, and comes amid warming ties and as Hanoi makes « modest » improvements to human rights.
India missed out on the first industrial revolution and as a result, for centuries, we remained an agrarian society. A large part of our population continued to languish in poverty. Today, India is resurgent. The Indian economy is galloping, growing at the rate of eight to nine percent and possibly at ten percent very soon. India appears to be firmly poised on the road to economic prosperity.
India and the United States today agreed to revitalise their relationship and find new areas for collaboration and mutual benefit, including civil nuclear energy, space, agriculture, science and technology and education, and deepen and broaden the existing framework of partnership and friendship.
After nuclear negotiations, what’s next for Iran’s economy? – Al-Monitor: the Pulse of the Middle East
As the world is anticipating the conclusion of the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany (P5+1), analysts and businesses wonder how a potential lifting of the current sanctions will influence economic developments in Iran. There is no doubt that a gradual lifting of sanctions will pave the way for greater trade and investment ties between Iran and the rest of the world, especially the Western nations. However, what exactly can we expect beyond a comprehensive deal?