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This work proposes an application of fuzzy probabilities, respecting an arithmetic restriction, in order to estimate unknown types of players in a bayesian game, thus configuring a fuzzy bayesian game. To this end, besides defining the operations needed for this application, a hypothetical example of a bayesian game is presented and then this exemplified(More)
This paper presents an approach for fuzzy Bayesian games, based on the notion of fuzzy probabilities to estimate unknown types of agents in strategic situations. For that, we consider the notion of fuzzy probability introduced by Buckley and Eslami, who use fuzzy numbers to represent uncertain and imprecise probabilities, without, however, applying the(More)
Fuzzy sets and logic have been largely used for the treatment of the uncertainty, vagueness and ambiguity found in the modeling of real problems. However, there may exist also the case when there is uncertainty related to the membership functions to be used in the modeling of fuzzy sets and fuzzy numbers, as there are many ways to define the shape of this(More)
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