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In assessing these claims, it will be useful to take a step back and
ask just what it is that these competing models of statistical
explanation (Hempel's *IS* Equation editor model and Salmon's *SR*
model) are intended to be reconstructions of. In the literature on
this topic two classes of examples or applications figure
prominently. First, there are examples drawn from quantum- mechanics
(*QM*). Suppose, for example, a particle has a probability
*p* that is strictly between 0 and 1 of penetrating Scientific software a potential
barrier. Models of statistical explanation assume that if the particle
does penetrate the barrier, *QM* explains this outcome —
the *IS* and *SR* models are intended to capture the
structure of such explanations. Second, there are examples drawn from
biomedical (or epidemiological) and social scientific applications -
recovery from strep or, to cite one of Salmon's extended illustrations
(Salmon, 1971), the factors relevant to juvenile delinquency in
teen-age boys.