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- Philippe Smets, Robert Kennes
- Artif. Intell.
- 1994

- Philippe Smets
- Int. J. Approx. Reasoning
- 1993

- Philippe Smets
- IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell.
- 1990

Description of the transferable belief model to quantify degrees of belief, based on belief functions. The impact of open-and closed-world assumption on conditioning. Presentation of a set of axioms… (More)

- Philippe Smets
- 1998

The transferable belief model is a model to represent quantified beliefs based on the use of belief functions, as initially proposed by Shafer. It is developed independently from any underlying… (More)

- Philippe Smets
- UAI
- 1989

Many new models have been proposed to quantify uncertainty. But usually they don't explain how decisions must be derived. In probability theory, the expected utility model is well established and… (More)

- Philippe Smets
- Information Fusion
- 2007

We consider uncertain data which uncertainty is represented by belief functions and that must be combined. The result of the combination of the belief functions can be partially conflictual.… (More)

- Philippe Smets
- Int. J. Approx. Reasoning
- 2005

We generalize the TBM (transferable belief model) to the case where the frame of discernment is the extended set of real numbersR = [−∞,∞], under the assumptions that ‘masses’ can only be given to… (More)

- Philippe Smets
- Int. J. Approx. Reasoning
- 2005

In the transferable belief model(TBM), pignistic probabilities are used for decision making. The nature of the pignistic transformation is justified by a linearity requirement. We justify the origin… (More)

- Philippe Smets
- IJCAI
- 1995

Any belief function can be decomposed into a confidence and a diffidence components. Each components is uniquely decomposable into simple support functions that represent the impact of the simplest… (More)

- Philippe Smets
- 2000

When Shafer introduced his theory of evidence based on the use of belief functions, he proposed a rule to combine belief functions induced by distinct pieces of evidence. Since then, theoretical… (More)