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Noun: strong law of large numbers
  1. A version of the law of large numbers that states that the sample average converges almost surely to the expected value.
    "The mathematical relation between these two experiments was recognized in 1909 by the French mathematician Émile Borel, who used the then new ideas of measure theory to give a precise mathematical model and to formulate what is now called the strong law of large numbers for fair coin tossing."

Type of: Bernoulli's law, law of large numbers

Encyclopedia: Strong law of large numbers