On the consistency of PCR6 with the averaging rule and its application to probability estimation

  title={On the consistency of PCR6 with the averaging rule and its application to probability estimation},
  author={Florentin Smarandache and Jean Dezert},
  journal={Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Information Fusion},
Since the development of belief function theory introduced by Shafer in seventies, many combination rules have been proposed in the literature to combine belief functions specially (but not only) in high conflicting situations because the emblematic Dempster's rule generates counter-intuitive and unacceptable results in practical applications. Many attempts have been done during last thirty years to propose better rules of combination based on different frameworks and justifications. Recently… CONTINUE READING
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