Determining model correctness for situations of belief fusion

@article{Jsang2013DeterminingMC,
  title={Determining model correctness for situations of belief fusion},
  author={Audun J{\o}sang and Paulo Cesar G. da Costa and Erik Blasch},
  journal={Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Information Fusion},
  year={2013},
  pages={1886-1893}
}
When analyzing hypotheses about specific situations of interest there is often a need to combine information from multiple sources. This principle belongs to information fusion in general, and is called belief fusion when the evidence is represented as belief functions. Because different situations can involve different forms of belief fusion, there is no single formal model that is suitable for analyzing every situation. It is therefore crucial to identify the most adequate fusion operator for… CONTINUE READING

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