General Science and Philosophy


Analysis of DSm Belief Conditioning Rules and Extension of Their Applicability

Authors: Milan Daniel

Analysis of belief conditioning rules (BCRs) is presented in this chapter. Some simplifications of formulas for BCRs are suggested. A comparison of BCRs with classic rules of conditioning is performed. Finally, definition domains and applicability of BCRs are extended. Full formal definition of the extended version of BCR12 is presented.

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[v1] 2016-08-25 05:50:00

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