pign: Pignistic Tranformation

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

Description

The pignistic transformation transforms a mass function into a probability function.

Usage

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pign(x)

Arguments

x

a mass function

Value

a singleton credal set

Author(s)

Alexander Karlsson

References

Smets, P. & Kennes, R. (1994), The transferable belief model, Artificial Intelligence, 66, 191-234

See Also

relPl

Examples

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# state space
stateSpace <- c("a", "b", "c")

# mass function 
m <- mass(list("a"=0.1, "a/b/c"=0.9), stateSpace)

# obtaina singleton credal set
c <- pign(m)

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