Accepted Papers (ISIPTA)

List of Accepted Papers to ISIPTA ’17

  1. Dionissi Aliprantis. Differences of opinion.
  2. Thomas Augustin and Rudolf Seising. Kurt Weichselberger’s contribution to imprecise probabilities.
  3. Alessio Benavoli, Alessandro Facchini, José Vicente-Pérez and Marco Zaffalon. A polarity theory for sets of desirable gambles.
  4. Alessio Benavoli, Alessandro Facchini, Dario Piga and Marco Zaffalon. SOS for bounded rationality.
  5. Thiago Bueno, Denis Mauá, Leliane Barros and Fabio Cozman. Modeling Markov decision processes with imprecise probabilities using probabilistic logic programming.
  6. Marco Cattaneo. Empirical interpretation of imprecise probabilities.
  7. Giulianella Coletti, Davide Petturiti and Barbara Vantaggi. Bayesian inference under ambiguity: conditional prior belief functions.
  8. Chiara Corsato, Renato Pelessoni and Paolo Vicig. Weak Dutch Books versus strict consistency with lower previsions.
  9. Inés Couso, Antonio Ávarez-Caballero and Luciano Sánchez. Reconciling Bayesian and frequentist tests: the imprecise counterpart.
  10. Fabio Cozman. Evenly convex credal sets.
  11. Jasper De Bock. Independent natural extension for infinite spaces: Williams-coherence to the rescue.
  12. Gert de Cooman and Jasper De Bock. Computable randomness is inherently imprecise.
  13. Alexander Erreygers and Jasper De Bock. Imprecise Continuous-time Markov chains: efficient computational methods with guaranteed error bounds.
  14. Paul Fink and Thomas Augustin. (Generalized) linear regression on microaggregated data – from nuisance parameter optimization to partial identification.
  15. Romain Guillaume, Inés Couso and Didier Dubois. Maximum likelihood with coarse data based on robust optimisation.
  16. Christoph Jansen, Georg Schollmeyer and Thomas Augustin. Concepts for decision making under severe uncertainty with partial ordinal and partial cardinal preferences.
  17. Thomas Krak, Jasper De Bock and Arno Siebes. Efficient computation of updated lower expectations for imprecise continuous-time hidden Markov chains.
  18. Denis Maua, Fabio Cozman, Diarmaid Conaty and Cassio De Campos. Credal sum-product networks.
  19. Enrique Miranda and Ignacio Montes. Game solutions, probability transformations and the core.
  20. Ignacio Montes, Enrique Miranda and Sébastien Destercke. A study of the pari-mutuel model from the point of view of imprecise probabilities.
  21. Nawapon Nakharutai, Matthias Troffaes and Camila Caiado. Efficient algorithms for checking avoiding sure loss.
  22. Julia Plass, Aziz Omar and Thomas Augustin. Towards a cautious modelling of missing data in small area estimation.
  23. Lalintha G. Polpitiya, Kamal Premaratne, Manohar N. Murthi and Dilip Sarkar. Efficient computation of belief theoretic conditionals.
  24. Erik Quaeghebeur, Chris Wesseling, Emma Beauxis-Aussalet, Teresa Piovesan and Tom Sterkenburg. The CWI world cup competition: eliciting sets of acceptable gambles.
  25. Damjan Skulj. Errors bounds for finite approximations of coherent lower previsions.
  26. Michael Smithson. New distributions for modeling subjective lower and upper probabilities.
  27. Milan Studeny and Vaclav Kratochvil. Linear core-based criterion for testing extreme exact games.
  28. Matthias Troffaes. A note on imprecise Monte Carlo over credal sets via importance sampling.
  29. Matthias Troffaes and Ullrika Sahlin. Imprecise swing weighting for multi-attribute utility elicitation based on partial preferences.
  30. Arthur Van Camp and Gert De Cooman. Exchangeable choice functions.
  31. Thijs van Ommen. Computing minimax decisions with incomplete observations.
  32. Jiji Zhang, Hailin Liu and Teddy Seidenfeld. Agreeing to disagree and dilation.

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