Belief Induced by the Partial Knowledge of the Probabilities

02/27/2013
by   Philippe Smets, et al.
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We construct the belief function that quantifies the agent, beliefs about which event of Q will occurred when he knows that the event is selected by a chance set-up and that the probability function associated to the chance set up is only partially known.

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