**From:** alex

**Message:** 35264

**Date:** 2004-12-02

Brian M. Scott wrote:

-the Dacians migrated ( they becoming Albanians). On their way to actually

Albania, they founded cities, one of them being Thermidava. The fact there

is just one (known)"-dava" makes the things strange because there is

expected on the assumtion of George, the values should be bigger as 1 on

their way to Albania. The "expected value" should be more as "1" we have and

geographicaly they (the new builded -davas) should be amplaced on the way

from Dacia to Albania. Right?

Alex

>>the assumtions have been given by George, so how I understood it:

> Mm, no. In order to have an expected value, you have to

> have a probability distribution, which in turn depends on

> your underlying assumptions. Your claim that the expected

> value is zero is, in your words, 'only an affirmation'. In

> fact I see no way to estimate an expected value.

>

> Brian

-the Dacians migrated ( they becoming Albanians). On their way to actually

Albania, they founded cities, one of them being Thermidava. The fact there

is just one (known)"-dava" makes the things strange because there is

expected on the assumtion of George, the values should be bigger as 1 on

their way to Albania. The "expected value" should be more as "1" we have and

geographicaly they (the new builded -davas) should be amplaced on the way

from Dacia to Albania. Right?

Alex