The transferable belief model and random sets

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1) Quantified beliefs are point-valued, not interval-valued 2) Any connection with randomization or necessary additivity as encountered within probability theory has been explicitly eliminated. 3) A difference has been established between open and closed world assumptions (Smets 1988). The normalization after conditioning and combination is not performed in… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/int.4550070106

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