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About Conditional Belief Function Independence

BOOK CHAPTER published 2001 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Boutheina Ben Yaghlane | Philippe Smets | Khaled Mellouli

Directed Evidential Networks with Conditional Belief Functions

BOOK CHAPTER published 2003 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Boutheina Ben Yaghlane | Philippe Smets | Khaled Mellouli

Coarsening Approximations of Belief Functions

BOOK CHAPTER published 2001 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Amel Ben Yaghlane | Thierry Denœux | Khaled Mellouli

Elicitation of Expert Opinions for Constructing Belief Functions

BOOK CHAPTER published July 2008 in Uncertainty and Intelligent information Systems

Authors: Amel Ben Yaghlane | Thierry Denœux | Khaled Mellouli

On the Complexity of the Graphical Representation and the Belief Inference in the Dynamic Directed Evidential Networks with Conditional Belief Functions

BOOK CHAPTER published 2012 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Wafa Laâmari | Boutheina Ben Yaghlane | Christophe Simon

Updating Directed Belief Networks

BOOK CHAPTER published 1999 in Symbolic and Quantitative Approaches to Reasoning and Uncertainty

Authors: Boutheina Ben Yaghlane | Khaled Mellouli

Evidential Reasoning with Conditional Belief Functions

BOOK CHAPTER published 1994 in Uncertainty Proceedings 1994

Authors: Hong Xu | Philippe Smets

Frequent Itemset Mining from Databases Including One Evidential Attribute

BOOK CHAPTER published 2008 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Mohamed Anis Bach Tobji | Boutheina Ben Yaghlane | Khaled Mellouli

A Distance between Continuous Belief Functions

BOOK CHAPTER published 2012 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Dorra Attiaoui | Pierre-Emmanuel Doré | Arnaud Martin | Boutheina Ben Yaghlane

The Evaluation of Sensors’ Reliability and Their Tuning for Multisensor Data Fusion within the Transferable Belief Model

BOOK CHAPTER published 2001 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Zied Elouedi | Khaled Mellouli | Philippe Smets

New Propagation Algorithm in Dynamic Directed Evidential Networks with Conditional Belief Functions

BOOK CHAPTER published 2013 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Wafa Laâmari | Boutheina Ben Yaghlane | Christophe Simon

Probability of deductibility and belief functions

BOOK CHAPTER published in Symbolic and Quantitative Approaches to Reasoning and Uncertainty

Authors: Philippe Smets

A Belief-Function Based Decision Support System

BOOK CHAPTER published 1993 in Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence

Authors: Hong Xu | Yen-Teh Hsia | Philippe Smets

Incremental Maintenance of Frequent Itemsets in Evidential Databases

BOOK CHAPTER published 2009 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Mohamed Anis Bach Tobji | Boutheina Ben Yaghlane | Khaled Mellouli

Appendix B Conditional belief calculations

BOOK CHAPTER published 2001 in Qualitative Methods for Reasoning under Uncertainty

Propagation of Belief Functions in Singly-Connected Hybrid Directed Evidential Networks

BOOK CHAPTER published 2015 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Wafa Laâmari | Boutheina Ben Yaghlane

Approximate Inference in Directed Evidential Networks with Conditional Belief Functions Using the Monte Carlo Algorithm

BOOK CHAPTER published 2014 in Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems

Authors: Wafa Laâmari | Narjes Ben Hariz | Boutheina Ben Yaghlane

Approximate Reasoning about Generalized Conditional Independence with Complete Random Variables

BOOK CHAPTER published 2013 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Sebastian Link

Belief functions versus probability functions

BOOK CHAPTER published 1988 in Uncertainty and Intelligent Systems

Authors: Philippe Smets

Application aspects of qualitative conditional independence

BOOK CHAPTER published in Uncertainty in Knowledge Bases

Authors: Marcus Spies