Clarendon Press (1975)
Attempts to show that the simplicity of a hypothesis can be measured by attending to how well it answers certain kinds of questions
Keywords Simplicity (Philosophy
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Call number B105.S55.S6
ISBN(s) 019824407X   9780198244073  
DOI 10.2307/2218873
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