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Independence Theories and Generalized Zero-One Laws
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society (1977)
  • Lawrence N. Stout, Illinois Wesleyan University
In this paper an abstract characterization of the properties of independent events is given with examples from topology, probability, and Baire structures. Using this notion of independence, proofs of the Hewitt-Savage and Kolmogorov zero-one laws are given which include the probabilistic case and the topological cases considered by Oxtoby, Christensen, and K. P. S. and M. Bhaskara Rao.
Publication Date
Fall September, 1977
Citation Information
Lawrence N. Stout. "Independence Theories and Generalized Zero-One Laws" Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society Vol. 66 Iss. 1 (1977)
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