Modeling uncertain and vague knowledge in possibility and evidence theories

03/27/2013
by   Didier Dubois, et al.
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This paper advocates the usefulness of new theories of uncertainty for the purpose of modeling some facets of uncertain knowledge, especially vagueness, in AI. It can be viewed as a partial reply to Cheeseman's (among others) defense of probability.

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