Thursday, March 04, 2010

#88. Course slides by Didier Dubois

A summer course on "Soft Computing and Statistics" took place in Lisbon last summer, preceding the IFSA-EUSFLAT conference.

Here you are the slides for Didier Dubois's lectures on Uncertainty theories: a unified view. It contains a whole lot of material (175 slides which might need 500-600 book pages to cover), some of it really recent.

(Aside: I disagree with the claim that imprecise probabilities unify uncertainty theories. `Imprecise probabilities' is, at best, an umbrella label to create a sense of community or to facilitate raising funds. It is like saying: `I put all my toys in a bag and, wow, the bag unified the toys!')


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