Strategies for Combining Conflicting Dogmatic Beliefs

@inproceedings{ajosang2003StrategiesFC,
  title={Strategies for Combining Conflicting Dogmatic Beliefs},
  author={Australia ajosang and Patrick Vannoorenberghe and Patrick. Vannoorenberghe},
  year={2003}
}
The combination of possibly conflicting beliefs and evidence forms an important part of various disciplines of artificial reasoning. In everyday discourse dogmatic beliefs are expressed by observers when they have a strong and rigid opinion about a subject of interest. Such beliefs can be expressed and formalised within the DemspterShafer belief theory. This paper describes and compares methods for combining dogmatic or highly conflicting beliefs within this framework. 
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