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The objective of this paper is to describe the potential o€ered by the Dempster±Shafer theory (DST) of evidence as a promising improvement on``traditional'' approaches to decision analysis. Dempster±Shafer techniques originated in the work of Dempster on the use of probabilities with upper and lower bounds. They have subsequently been popularised in the(More)
Matching analysis has often attracted the criticism that it is formally tautological and hence empirically unfalsifiable, a problem that particularly affects translational attempts to extend behavior analysis into new areas. An example is consumer behavior analysis where application of matching in natural settings requires the inference of ratio-based(More)