Friday, December 26, 2008

#52. New special issue of FSS

Issue 160(3) of Fuzzy Sets and Systems (February 2009), guest edited by Erich Peter Klement and Radko Mesiar, is a special issue with selected papers from Linz 2007. The topic is Fuzzy sets, probabilities, and statistics: gaps and bridges.

The table of contents is as follows.

Page 291
Erich Peter Klement, Radko Mesiar

Fuzzy inclusion and similarity through coherent conditional probability
Pages 292-305
Romano Scozzafava, Barbara Vantaggi

T-conditional possibilities: Coherence and inference
Pages 306-324
Giulianella Coletti, Barbara Vantaggi

A concept of duality for multivariate exchangeable survival models
Pages 325-333
Fabio Spizzichino

On a class of transformations of copulas and quasi-copulas
Pages 334-343
Elisabetta Alvoni, Pier Luigi Papini, Fabio Spizzichino

Statistical inference about the means of fuzzy random variables: Applications to the analysis of fuzzy- and real-valued data
Pages 344-356
Ana Colubi

Estimation of a simple linear regression model for fuzzy random variables
Pages 357-370
Gil González-Rodríguez, Ángela Blanco, Ana Colubi, M. Asunción Lubiano

Uncertainty measures—Problems concerning additivity
Pages 371-383
Siegfried Weber

The issue also contains the following regular paper, which anyway is on-topic so I include it here as well.

A Monte Carlo-based method for the estimation of lower and upper probabilities of events using infinite random sets of indexable type
Pages 384-401
Diego A. Alvarez

The proceedings of the seminar can be found here.


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