De Finetti

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de Finetti usually refers to the Italian statistician Bruno de Finetti, noted for the "operational subjective" conception of probability. His works include:

  • de Finetti's theorem, which explains why exchangeable observations are conditionally independent given some (usually) unobservable quantity
  • de Finetti diagram, used to graph the genotype frequencies of populations