Decision analysis with indeterminate or incoherent probabilities
This paper presents a new method of modeling indeterminate and incoherent probability judgments in decision analysis problems. The decision maker's degree of beliefs in the occurrence of an event is represented by a unimodal (in fact, concave) function on the unit interval, whose parameters are elicited in terms of lower and upper probabilities with attached confidence weights. This is shown to provide a unified framework for performing sensitivity analysis, reconciling incoherence, and combining expert judgments. © 1989 J.C. Baltzer AG, Scientific Publishing Company.
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