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The hyperrandom functions and their description

I. I. Gorban


The paper presents the essentials of a new mathematical apparatus for describing a special class of indeterminate functions, which cannot be characterized with the probabilistic measure. These functions are termed hyperrandom. For their description some special characteristics are suggested. A hypothesis is put forward stating that all actual events, usually considered as random, are in essence hyperrandom.

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