Artificial Reasoning with Subjective Logic ⋆

@inproceedings{Jsang1997ArtificialRW,
  title={Artificial Reasoning with Subjective Logic ⋆},
  author={Audun J{\o}sang},
  year={1997}
}
This paper defines a framework for artificial reasoning called Subjective Logic, which consists of a belief model called opinion and set of operations for combining opinions. Subjective Logic is an extension of standard logic that uses continuous uncertainty and belief parameters instead of only discrete truth values. It can also be seen as an extension of classical probability calculus by using a second order probability representation instead of the standard first order representation. In… CONTINUE READING
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