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tim1608

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Hi

I have discovered that the Von Neumann bias correction method only works when the bias is 100% stable, for example tossing the same loaded coin again and again.

Does anyone know of a bias correction method which can correct an unstable bias? Is this impossible?

Edit: Let's say I have a bucket of coins, each of which is differently loaded but they are all loaded on the tails side. How can the bias be removed if the coins are each tossed one-by-one?

I have discovered that the Von Neumann bias correction method only works when the bias is 100% stable, for example tossing the same loaded coin again and again.

Does anyone know of a bias correction method which can correct an unstable bias? Is this impossible?

Edit: Let's say I have a bucket of coins, each of which is differently loaded but they are all loaded on the tails side. How can the bias be removed if the coins are each tossed one-by-one?

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