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The paper addresses the evaluation of upper and lower probabilities induced by functions of an imprecise random variable. Given a function g and a family X λ of random variables, where the parameter λ ranges in an index set Λ, one may ask for the upper/lower probability that g(X λ) belongs to some Borel set B. Two interpretations are investigated. In the(More)
A traditional procedure for performance evaluation of systems is to test approaches on one or more case studies. However, it is well known that the investigation of real case studies is a tedious task. Moreover, due to the limited amount of case studies available it is not certain that all aspects of a problem can be covered in such procedure. With(More)
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