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In this current paper the following problems are addressed: (1) extending the knowledge of a partially known probability distribution function to any point of a continuous sample space, (2) constructing an imprecise probability distribution based on the knowledge of a set of credible or confidence intervals, and (3) computing the lower and upper expected… (More)

In this paper the judgement consisting in choosing a function that is believed to dominate the true probability distribution of a continuous random variable is explored. This kind of judgement can significantly increase precision in constructed imprecise previsions of interest, which of great importance for applications. New formulae for computing system… (More)