A selection rule is a partial function r : 2^{<ω} → {yes, no}.

lim_{d→∞}{i ≤ d : A(n_{i} = 1)}/d = 1/2

(ii) A real is Church stochastic iff it is stochastic for all computable selection rules.

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A selection rule is a partial function r : 2^{<ω} → {yes, no}.

lim_{d→∞}{i ≤ d : A(n_{i} = 1)}/d = 1/2

(ii) A real is Church stochastic iff it is stochastic for all computable selection rules.

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