The Axiomatization of Randomness

Journal of Symbolic Logic 55 (3):1143 - 1167 (1990)
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We present a faithful axiomatization of von Mises' notion of a random sequence, using an abstract independence relation. A byproduct is a quantifier elimination theorem for Friedman's "almost all" quantifier in terms of this independence relation.
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