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Statistical Methods for Fuzzy Data by Reinhard Viertl

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Bayes’ theorem and fuzzy information

Looking at real data and realistic a priori distributions two kinds of fuzzy information appear. First, fuzzy samples and secondly, fuzzy a priori distributions. The necessity of generalizing Bayesian inference was pointed out in Viertl (1987).

The description of fuzzy data is given in earlier parts of this book. Fuzzy a priori information can be expressed by fuzzy probability distributions in the sense of Chapter .

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