Von Mises' definition of random sequences reconsidered

Journal of Symbolic Logic 52 (3):725-755 (1987)
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We review briefly the attempts to define random sequences. These attempts suggest two theorems: one concerning the number of subsequence selection procedures that transform a random sequence into a random sequence; the other concerning the relationship between definitions of randomness based on subsequence selection and those based on statistical tests.



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Michiel Van Lambalgen
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