The Nature of the Unnormalized Beliefs Encountered in the Transferable Belief Model

03/13/2013
by   Philippe Smets, et al.
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Within the transferable belief model, positive basic belief masses can be allocated to the empty set, leading to unnormalized belief functions. The nature of these unnormalized beliefs is analyzed.

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