Statistical Reasoning with Imprecise Probabilities

Chapman & Hall (1991)
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An examination of topics involved in statistical reasoning with imprecise probabilities. The book discusses assessment and elicitation, extensions, envelopes and decisions, the importance of imprecision, conditional previsions and coherent statistical models.



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