My Papers

Most of them are in English. However, some of them were written in German.


Rather recent contributions are on randomization (2015), published in PLOS ONE (compact version, peer reviewed):


and about "roads to consciousness" (2017), published in the Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research.

In 2018, I published an article on the history and philosophy of statistics: Where Fisher, Neyman and Pearson went astray: On the logic (plus some history and philosophy) of statistical tests. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 5(8) 672-691. (open access,


In 2020, there have been two contributions:


Tinnitus: An Abstract View Emphasizing Signal, Noise, and Their Discrimination. International Tinnitus Journal. 2020;24(1):07-14. (open access:


Induction: A Logical Analysis. Foundations of Science.  The latter paper seems to have been read by a large audience.


Thank you all very much for your interest in my work!

Applied Statistics

Although the concepts of information and probability are prevalent in statistics, the better part of statistics can also be understood in terms of signal and noise.


are well known in the Middle East, where I did a part of my Ph.D. thesis in the 1990s.

However, probability theory rather been interested in so-called "prophet inequalities", and I published a series of articles on this topic.

Random Ball (2004)

Information about an article that was published in an Indian journal. Not only for mathematicians.

Consciousness et al.

This train of thought started when I was a student of psychology. Later I wrote a book and two articles about it.

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