The complementarity with (νµ e, ¯νµ e, νe e) can be readily seen.
A CsI(Tl) Scintillating Crystal Detector for the Studies of Low Energy Neutrino Interactions
Figure 1: Sensitivities of typical (νµ e), ( ¯νµ e), (νe e) and ( ¯νe e) cross-section measurements to the different regions in the gA -gV parameter space, showing their complementarity.
A CsI(Tl) Scintillating Crystal Detector for the Studies of Low Energy Neutrino Interactions
Concept of complementarity is introduced, and complementarity of ME task on simple potential and ML task on simple exponential form is proved.
Minimax Entropy and Maximum Likelihood. Complementarity of tasks, identity of solutions
Finally, a hypothesis about complementarity of MiniMaxEnt task on general potential and ML task on general exponential form, suggested by a simple case analytical as well as several numerical calculations, is put forward.
Minimax Entropy and Maximum Likelihood. Complementarity of tasks, identity of solutions
The complementarity results obtained for the ME task easily extends to the more general constraints used with the Shannon’s entropy maximization criterion.
Minimax Entropy and Maximum Likelihood. Complementarity of tasks, identity of solutions
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