On the Use of Imprecise Probabilities in Reliability

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Theory of imprecise probability generalizes classical probability theory, by assigning to each event an interval instead of a single number. In this paper, we briefly discuss this generalization and some recently suggested applications of imprecise probabilities in reliability. We also comment on challenges for research and applications. Copyright © 2004 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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