A Perspective on Confidence and Its Use in Focusing Attention During Knowledge Acquisition

27 Mar 2013 David Heckerman Holly B. Jimison

We present a representation of partial confidence in belief and preference that is consistent with the tenets of decision-theory. The fundamental insight underlying the representation is that if a person is not completely confident in a probability or utility assessment, additional modeling of the assessment may improve decisions to which it is relevant... (read more)

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