One correction, in the descriptions below I should have said multiverse
for all of them instead of universe.  The distinction between the SSA
and the SSSA is not multiverse vs universe, it is observers vs observer-
moments.  I'll send out an updated copy when I get some more links and/or
corrections and new definitions.

Hal

> SSA - The Self-Sampling Assumption, which says that you should consider
> yourself as a randomly sampled observer from among all observers in the
> multiverse.
>
> SSSA - The Strong Self-Sampling Assumption, which says that you should
> consider this particular observer-moment you are experiencing as being
> randomly sampled from among all observer-moments in the universe.
>
> ASSA - The Absolute Self-Sampling Assumption, which says that you should
> consider your next observer-moment to be randomly sampled from among all
> observer-moments in the universe.
>
> RSSA - The Relative Self-Sampling Assumption, which says that you should
> consider your next observer-moment to be randomly sampled from among all
> observer-moments which come immediately after your current observer-moment
> and belong to the same observer.

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