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[[<-
has been added for mass functions.
If the upper bounds of the probability intervals in credal
are missing,
1
is assumed. Note that in previous versions this
case was interpreted as a single probability function but now you have to construct a credal set containing only one
probability function by specifying the same lower and upper bounds on probability intervals, e.g.,
credal(c(0.1., 0.4, 0.5), c(0.1., 0.4, 0.5), c("a", "b", "c")
.
lower
and upper
return bounds for singleton sets if no sets are provided.
Focal sets in the mass functions are now sorted by cardinality.
"["
, "[["
, "[<-"
and "[[<-"
are order invariant for mass functions
(i.e., m["a/b"]
and m["b/a"]
are equivalent).
lower
and upper
have been vectorized with respect to sets.
lower
is now invariant to the specification of the set.
First release containing: Bayesian, credal (based on intervals), Yager's, Dempster's, and modified Dempster's combination. The package also contains function for calculating pignistic and relative plausibility transforms, upper and lower bounds, and a discouinting operator for mass functions.