Volume 85, Numbers 1-3, July - September 2004
George J. Klir
: Generalized information theory: aims, results, and open problems.
Jim W. Hall
, Jonathan Lawry
: Generation, combination and extension of random set approximations to coherent lower and upper probabilities.
, Lev V. Utkin
: An approach to combining unreliable pieces of evidence and their propagation in a system response analysis.
: Using random set theory to propagate epistemic uncertainty through a mechanical system.
: A response-modeling approach to characterization and propagation of uncertainty specified over intervals.
Bilal M. Ayyub
: From dissecting ignorance to solving algebraic problems.
: Uncertainty, probability and information-gaps.
Roger M. Cooke
: The anatomy of the squizzel: The role of operational definitions in representing uncertainty.
Vicki M. Bier
: Implications of the research on expert overconfidence and dependence.