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|Title||THE TWO SCOPES OF FUZZY PROBABILITY THEORY|
The aim of this work is to compare between what seems to be entirely different two highly developing “fuzzy probability” theories. The first theory had been developed firstly by statisticians and the other separately by physicists. We start by indicating the needs to develop such theories and what helped to develop each, then we will establish the basis of the two theories and illustrate that each indeed extends classical probability theory. Moreover, we will try to see whether or not any of the two theory can be embedded into the other.
|Published in||Algebras Groups and Geometries|
|Series||Vol. 27, Issue. 149|
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