Belief in Belief Functions: An Examination of Shafer's Canonical Examples

27 Mar 2013Kathryn Blackmond Laskey

In the canonical examples underlying Shafer-Dempster theory, beliefs over the hypotheses of interest are derived from a probability model for a set of auxiliary hypotheses. Beliefs are derived via a compatibility relation connecting the auxiliary hypotheses to subsets of the primary hypotheses... (read more)

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