ibelief: Belief Function Implementation
Version 1.2

Some basic functions to implement belief functions including: transformation between belief functions using the method introduced by Philippe Smets (arXiv:1304.1122 [cs.AI]), evidence combination, evidence discounting, decision-making, and constructing masses. Currently, thirteen combination rules and five decision rules are supported. It can also be used to generate different types of random masses when working on belief combination and conflict management.

AuthorKuang Zhou <kzhoumath@163.com>; Arnaud Martin <arnaud.martin@univ-rennes1.fr>
Date of publication2015-07-16 14:24:30
MaintainerKuang Zhou <kzhoumath@163.com>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version1.2
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("ibelief")

Getting started

README.md

Popular man pages

ConflictTable: Computing the conflict table
decisionDST: Decision Rules
discounting: Discounting masses
FMTfunctions: Fast Mobius Transform
LCPrincple: Least-Committed Principle for creating bbas
PCR6: PCR6 rule
RandomMass: Generating masses
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All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

ConflictTable: Computing the conflict table
decisionDST: Decision Rules
discounting: Discounting masses
DST: Combination rules
FMTfunctions: Fast Mobius Transform
LCPrincple: Least-Committed Principle for creating bbas
PCR6: PCR6 rule
RandomMass: Generating masses

Functions

Files

NAMESPACE
NEWS
R
R/RandomMass.R
R/PCR6.R
R/LCPrinciple.R
R/DST_fmt_functions.R
R/ConflictTable.R
R/ConflictPCR6.R
R/discounting.R
R/dec2bin.R
R/BayesianMass.R
R/DST.R
R/decisionDST.R
README.md
MD5
DESCRIPTION
man
man/PCR6.Rd
man/RandomMass.Rd
man/discounting.Rd
man/decisionDST.Rd
man/LCPrincple.Rd
man/DST.Rd
man/ConflictTable.Rd
man/FMTfunctions.Rd
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