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030646702X
Author:
Ivan Kramosil
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Computer Science
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Kluwer Academic / Plenum; 2001 edition (December 31, 2001)
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Автор: Kramosil Ivan Название: Probabilistic Analysis of Belief Functions Издательство: Springer Классификация .

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Author: Ivan Kramosil. Title: Probabilistic Analysis of Belief Functions (IFSR International Series on Systems Science and Engineering). This volume is a highly theoretical and mathematical study analyzing the notion and theory of belief functions, also known as the Dempster-­Shafer theory, from the point of view of the classical Kolmogorov axiomatic probability theory.

Purpose of the Series: The IFSR International Series on Systems Science and . Systems Analysis and Synthesis Application Areas

Purpose of the Series: The IFSR International Series on Systems Science and Systems Engineering book series is devoted to the demonstration of systems science and engineering as a body of integrated concepts, principles, methodologies, tools, and perspectives all directed toward a better understanding of the nature of systems (systemness) and how to use systems approaches in the other sciences and engineering practice. This series seeks to provide systems knowledge to a broad and diverse audience of those interested in a much deeper understanding of how the world works. Systems Analysis and Synthesis Application Areas

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Volume 6. Published: 20th March 1991 Author: G. Kampis. The theme of this book is the self-generation of information by the self-modification of systems. The author explains why biological and cognitive processes exhibit identity changes in the mathematical and logical sense.

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Glenn Shafer This book describes probabilistic expert systems in a more rigorous and focused way than existing literature, and provides a. .

The key to computation in these systems is the modularity of the probabilistic model. This monograph fills this void by providing an analysis of join-tree methods for the computation of prior and posterior probabilities in belief nets. This book describes probabilistic expert systems in a more rigorous and focused way than existing literature, and provides an annotated bibliography that includes pointers to conferences and software.

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Inspired by the eternal beauty and truth of the laws governing the run of stars on heavens over his head, and spurred by the idea to catch, perhaps for the smallest fraction of the shortest instant, the Eternity itself, man created such masterpieces of human intellect like the Platon's world of ideas manifesting eternal truths, like the Euclidean geometry, or like the Newtonian celestial me­ chanics. However, turning his look to the sub-lunar world of our everyday efforts, troubles, sorrows and, from time to time but very, very seldom, also our successes, he saw nothing else than a world full of uncertainty and tem­ porariness. One remedy or rather consolation was that of the deep and sage resignation offered by Socrates: I know, that I know nothing. But, happy or unhappy enough, the temptation to see and to touch at least a very small por­ tion of eternal truth also under these circumstances and behind phenomena charged by uncertainty was too strong. Probability theory in its most sim­ ple elementary setting entered the scene. It happened in the same, 17th and 18th centuries, when celestial mechanics with its classical Platonist paradigma achieved its greatest triumphs. The origins of probability theory were inspired by games of chance like roulettes, lotteries, dices, urn schemata, etc. and probability values were simply defined by the ratio of successful or winning results relative to the total number of possible outcomes.