Maximum Likelihood Criterion

“In decision theory, one of the decision making rules under conditions of uncertainty. It states that the decision maker should ignore all possible events except the one most likely to occur, and should select the course of action that produces the best possible result (maximum gain or minimum loss) in the given circumstances.”

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