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Bayes' Theorem says that if event B has a nonzero probability of occuring, then when it does occur, we can compute the probability that event A also happened as follows:
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A recent use of this theorem is spam filtering. Although the application is not strictly correct, it's close enough that it can be very effective. An alternative, or even supplementary spam filtering system uses Markov Chains.(none)  (none)  (none)  
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