The Mathematics of Changing one's Mind, via Jeffrey's or via Pearl's update rule

15 Jul 2018 Bart Jacobs

Evidence in probabilistic reasoning may be 'hard' or 'soft', that is, it may be of yes/no form, or it may involve a strength of belief, in the unit interval [0, 1]. Reasoning with soft, [0, 1]-valued evidence is important in many situations but may lead to different, confusing interpretations... (read more)

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