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Paris, Jeff - Department of Mathematics, University of Manchester
A multivariate natural probability distribution based on the propositional calculus
Some Limit Theorems for ME, MD and CM 1 J.Paris and A.Vencovsk a
Common Sense and Maximum Entropy March 30, 2000
A THEORY OF INCONSISTENCY A thesis submitted to the University of Manchester
1st International Symposium on Imprecise Probabilities and Their Applications, Ghent, Belgium, 29 June -2 July 1999 On the distribution of natural probability functions
In defence of the maximum entropy inference J.Paris and A.Vencovsk a
A NEW RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MAXIMUM ENTROPY AND THE
There is a reason for everything (probably): On the application of maxent to induction
INFERENCE PROCESSES FOR PROBABILISTIC FIRST ORDER
Rationality as conformity # Hykel Hosni + and Je# Paris
A New Criterion for Comparing Fuzzy Logics for Uncertain Reasoning
THE PRINCIPLE OF SPECTRUM EXCHANGEABILITY WITHIN
DERIVING INFORMATION FROM INCONSISTENT KNOWLEDGE
RATIONALITY AS CONFORMITY A thesis submitted to the University of Manchester
Postscript to `Symmetry's End?' J. B. Paris and A. Vencovska
A Semantics for Fuzzy Logic Department of Mathematics
A note on the rational closure of knowledge bases with both positive and negative knowledge
PROBABILISTIC RELATIONSHIPS, RELEVANCE AND IRRELEVANCE
On fillingin missing conditional probabilities in causal networks
Proof Systems for Probabilistic Uncertain Reasoning J.Paris and A.Vencovsk a
International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems Vol. 8, No. 3 (2000) 311|329
Why it is common sense to invent reasons J. B. Paris & A. Vencovsk a
PROBABILISTIC INDUCTION IN THE PREDICATE CALCULUS
A proof of the base cases of the Emergence of Reason's Conjecture for CM #
A note on the Dutch Book method # J. B. Paris
Common Sense and Stochastic Independence J. B. Paris & A. Vencovsk a
Some observations on induction in predicate probabilistic reasoning