I have to study some probability fundamentals for implementing a computer vision algorithm. However, I'm confused about the notation and meaning of P(A,B) joint probability and P(A intersection B). Could you explain whether they have the same meaning or what difference is?
Mar 14, 2022 534 views

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They both signify the same thing; the only variation is in the way they are written.
P(A,B), P(A intersection B), and P(AB) are all commonly used interchangeably. They all refer to the same occurrence, "A and B."
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