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You could use the    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_maximum_entropyprinciple of maximum entropy.

Thus, the first submission should be accepted about 50% of the time. When the first is rejected, next the second submission should be accepted about 50% of the time and so on.

This way you "make every time count": you maximize the amount of information (in the sense of information theory) that you receive from each decision.

You could use the  https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_maximum_entropy

Thus, the first submission should be accepted about 50% of the time. When the first is rejected, next the second submission should be accepted about 50% of the time and so on.

This way you "make every time count": you maximize the amount of information (in the sense of information theory) that you receive from each decision.

You could use the  principle of maximum entropy.

Thus, the first submission should be accepted about 50% of the time. When the first is rejected, next the second submission should be accepted about 50% of the time and so on.

This way you "make every time count": you maximize the amount of information (in the sense of information theory) that you receive from each decision.

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You could use the https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_maximum_entropy

Thus, the first submission should be accepted about 50% of the time. When the first is rejected, next the second submission should be accepted about 50% of the time and so on. 

This way you "make every time count": you maximize the amount of information (in the sense of information theory) that you receive from each decision. 

You could use the https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_maximum_entropy

Thus, the first submission should be accepted about 50% of the time. When the first is rejected, next the second submission should be accepted about 50% of the time and so on. This way you "make every time count".

You could use the https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_maximum_entropy

Thus, the first submission should be accepted about 50% of the time. When the first is rejected, next the second submission should be accepted about 50% of the time and so on. 

This way you "make every time count": you maximize the amount of information (in the sense of information theory) that you receive from each decision. 

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You could use the https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_maximum_entropy

Thus, the first submission should be accepted about 50% of the time. When the first is rejected, next the second submission should be accepted about 50% of the time and so on. This way you "make every time count". I'm only half joking.

You could use the https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_maximum_entropy

Thus, the first submission should be accepted about 50% of the time. When the first is rejected, next the second submission should be accepted about 50% of the time and so on. This way you "make every time count". I'm only half joking.

You could use the https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_maximum_entropy

Thus, the first submission should be accepted about 50% of the time. When the first is rejected, next the second submission should be accepted about 50% of the time and so on. This way you "make every time count".

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