Social science data are an unusual part of the past, present, and future of digital preservation. They are both an unqualified suc cess, due to long-lived and sustainable archival organizations, and in need of further development because not all digital content is being preserved. This article is about the Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences… (More)
Hellinger distance is a distance between two additive measures defined in terms of the Radon-Nikodym derivative of these two measures. This measure proposed in 1909 has been used in a large variety of contexts. In this paper we define an analogous measure for fuzzy measures. We discuss them for distorted probabilities and give two examples.