The Transferable Belief Model for Quantified Belief Representation

@inproceedings{Smets1998TheTB,
  title={The Transferable Belief Model for Quantified Belief Representation},
  author={Philippe Smets},
  year={1998}
}
We present the transferable belief model (TBM), a model for the representation of quantified beliefs. The model aims in representing the same concept as the Bayesian model, i.e., the graded dispositions that guide ‘our’ behaviour. We use the word ‘belief’ in a broad sense. It could be replaced by quantified credibility, subjective support, strength of opinion... These beliefs are not categorical as in modal logic, but admits degrees as in probability theory. Our approach is normative. The… CONTINUE READING
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