Jean-Marc Vannobel

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As part of the theory of belief functions, we address the problem of appraising the similarity between bodies of evidence in a relevant way using metrics. Such metrics are called evidential distances and must be computed from mathematical objects depicting the information inside bodies of evidence. Specialization matrices are such objects and, therefore, an(More)
The set of focal elements resulting from a conjunctive or disjunctive combination of consonant belief functions is regretfully not consonant and is thus very difficult to represent. In this paper, we propose a graphical representation of the cross product of two focal sets originating from univariate Gaussian pdfs. This representation allows to represent(More)
In this paper, we establish a link between belief functions on real numbers and the maximal coherent sets obtained in the framework of possibilistic distributions. Having proposed an original disjunctive rule of combination in the framework of continuous belief functions, we demonstrate theoretically that maximal coherent sets can be viewed as a particular(More)
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