Evidence Combination and Reasoning and Its Application to Real-World Problem-Solving

27 Mar 2013 L. W. Chang Rangasami L. Kashyap

In this paper a new mathematical procedure is presented for combining different pieces of evidence which are represented in the interval form to reflect our knowledge about the truth of a hypothesis. Evidences may be correlated to each other (dependent evidences) or conflicting in supports (conflicting evidences)... (read more)

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