I just noticed that there is wlln. Could you guess what does it stand for..? It has only 11 questions while the topic is pretty broad -- so I guess it is probably used less often than needed. Its name is hard to search if you do not know that it exists, so it is probably useless. Maybe it should be renamed or merged with other tag that has more informative name?
Update 3: Re-tagging finished.
There is no tag on CV for the strong law of large numbers. Moreover, it seems that there is not enough questions about various laws of large numbers to warrant two different tags for the strong and the weak laws:
- is:question "law of large numbers" -- 62 results
- is:question "law of large numbers" score:5 -- only 14 results
- is:question "strong law of large numbers" -- 12 results
- is:question "weak law of large numbers" -- 19 results
The total number of threads that could possibly be tagged with any of the related tags is probably well below 50 (with probably only 10-20 "notable" questions). That's not that many. And currently these questions are not united by any tag at all, which is a pity.
I would therefore suggest to use the generic tag law-of-large-numbers as the only tag for all these questions.
"Could you guess what does it stand for..?" -- yes, easily, since it's a common abbreviation for a standard term.
But the fact that many of us here would know shouldn't be the test.
There's a technical issue:
weak-law-of-large-numbers just fits in the character limit for tags,
strong-law-of-large-numbers would not. As such, Scortchi's suggestion of a synonym makes sense - since we can cut off the longer tag at 25 characters and then when someone starts typing it - it would bring up the shorter one which would remap to
That is, I think the long terms need to be synonyms of the short ones.