Consistency-Based Reliability Assessment

Abstract : This paper addresses the question of assessing the relative reliability of unknown information sources. We propose to consider a phase during which the consistency of information they report is analysed, whether it is the consistency of each single report, or the consistency of a report w.r.t. some trusted knowledge or the consistency of different reports together. We adopt an axiomatic approach by first giving postulates which characterize how the resulting reliability preorder should be; then we define a family of operators for building this preorder and demonstrate that it satisfies the proposed postulates.
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Laurence Cholvy, Laurent Perrussel, William Raynaut, Jean-Marc Thévenin. Consistency-Based Reliability Assessment. European Conference on Symbolic and Quantitative Approaches to Reasoning with Uncertainty (ECSQARU 2015), Jul 2015, Compiègne, France. pp. 246-256. ⟨hal-01316842⟩

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