Imprecise Probability


Subject: Imprecise Probability
From: Otto Cordero (ocordero@cti.espol.edu.ec)
Date: Wed Nov 15 2000 - 12:52:55 MET


Hello

I would like to be more specific about my previous question....
Lets supose someone is asked to give his estimation about the probability of
some event, answers like "0.78 of probability" are very unlikely. I would
expect something as "high probability" or "low probability", here we
linguistic terms, wich could be associated with fuzzy sets.
I am asking for more information on how fuzzy sets theory joins with
probabilty theory to manage this kind of situations.

Thanks a lot.

Otto

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