Finn Verner Jensen
: Graphical Models as Languages for Computer Assisted Diagnosis and Decision Making.
: Planning with Uncertainty and Incomplete Information.
: What's Your Preference? And How to Express and Implement It in Logic Programming!
Partially Observable Markov Decision Processes
Graphical Representations of Uncertainty
: Belief Functions with Partially Ordered Values.
: Dempster Specialization Matrices and the Combination of Belief Functions.
, Paolo Vicig
: On the Conceptual Status of Belief Functions with Respect to Coherent Lower Probabilities.
Fuzzy Sets and Rough Sets
: Label Semantics: A Formal Framework for Modeling with Words.
: Reasoning about Knowledge Using Rough Sets.
: Ellipse Fitting with Uncertainty and Fuzzy Decision Stage for Detection. Application in Videomicroscopy.
Belief Revision and Preferences
: A Semantic Tableau Version of First-Order Quasi-Classical Logic.
Conditional Default Reasoning
Models of Uncertainty from the Psychology Viewpoint
: Statistical Information, Uncertainty, and Bayes' Theorem: Some Applications in Experimental Psychology.
Argumentation Systems and ATMSs
Causality, Events, Explanations
: Importance Measures from Reliability Theory for Probabilistic Assumption-Based Reasoning.
: Simultaneous Events: Conflicts and Preferences.
Modal Logics for Information Systems
: Complete and Incomplete Knowledge in Logical Information Systems.