At 9:20 AM -0800 3/29/02, Hal Finney wrote:

>That's true, but even so, a coin with a .95 chance of coming up heads
>and a .05 chance of coming up tails is "simpler" by your definition
>than a fair coin, right?  Even though the parameter is not adjustable,
>the presence of an ad hoc value like .95 makes it seem intuitively less
>simple than a fair coin, at least to me.

Suppose it's a computer program that produces 95% 1's and 5% 0's...In 
that case I don't see this.


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