International Conference on Uncertainty in Risk Analysis
Prof. James Rathmann (MN-AM) will give a talk with the title: "Application of Dempster-Shafer theory to estimate uncertainty and combine diverse sources of evidence in chemical risk assessment" at the International Conference on Uncertainty in Risk Analysis (February 20–22, 2019, Berlin.
This conference brings together internationally recognised leaders in theoretical and applied uncertainty analysis with a focus on the areas of food safety, environmental health, occupational health, animal health and plant health. The conference will be a forum for discussing the science behind uncertainty analysis and show case of best practices in conducting and communicating uncertainty analysis as well as for addressing uncertainty in decision making.
Paper on Dempster-Shafer theory: link
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