AbstractThis paper discusses some current issues in the combination of probabilities and serves as an introduction to a series of four papers and a rejoinder relating to a paper by Morris (Morris, P. A. 1983. An axiomatic approach to expert resolution. Management Sci. 29 24--32.) on an axiomatic approach to expert resolution. The axiomatic approach and the modeling approach to expert resolution are discussed, and some comments on practical issues are given.
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Volume (Year): 32 (1986)
Issue (Month): 3 (March)
expert resolution; combination of probabilities; aggregation of information; Bayesian modeling;
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