Jeffrey's conditioning rule in neighbourhood models

  title={Jeffrey's conditioning rule in neighbourhood models},
  author={Damjan Skulj},
  journal={Int. J. Approx. Reasoning},
Neighbourhoods of classical probability measures, presented in the form of interval probabilities, are studied in the paper. The main goal is a characterization of two important classes, convex and bielastic neighbourhoods. Those two classes are equivalently characterized through closure conditions with respect to Jeffrey’s rule of conditioning. Moreover, some other interpretations of the closure property are given, including a description of behaviour of conditional expectation under the lower… CONTINUE READING

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