The ignorance space is the first component of the Bernoulli space which constitutes the stochastic model within Bernoulli stochastics. Ignorance means lack of knowledge about facts. Since Bernoulli Stochastics is a mathematical science, the facts refer to characteristics that are quantified by variables, and each fact is therefore represented by a unique real number. Because the considered variable has a fixed, i.e., determinate value, the variable is called deterministic variable denoted D. For example, consider a given object and let the characteristic of interest be the mass of the object. Then the deterministic variable D stands for mass which is quantified by the unit kilogram and for the object at hand D is fixed by a real number.

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• The ignorance space is the first component of the Bernoulli space which constitutes the stochastic model within Bernoulli stochastics. Ignorance means lack of knowledge about facts. Since Bernoulli Stochastics is a mathematical science, the facts refer to characteristics that are quantified by variables, and each fact is therefore represented by a unique real number. Because the considered variable has a fixed, i.e., determinate value, the variable is called deterministic variable denoted D. For example, consider a given object and let the characteristic of interest be the mass of the object. Then the deterministic variable D stands for mass which is quantified by the unit kilogram and for the object at hand D is fixed by a real number. (en)
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• The ignorance space is the first component of the Bernoulli space which constitutes the stochastic model within Bernoulli stochastics. Ignorance means lack of knowledge about facts. Since Bernoulli Stochastics is a mathematical science, the facts refer to characteristics that are quantified by variables, and each fact is therefore represented by a unique real number. Because the considered variable has a fixed, i.e., determinate value, the variable is called deterministic variable denoted D. For example, consider a given object and let the characteristic of interest be the mass of the object. Then the deterministic variable D stands for mass which is quantified by the unit kilogram and for the object at hand D is fixed by a real number. (en)
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