This article talks about Subjective Logic, which is a belief reasoning calculus that is compatible with, and an extension of probabilistic logic. It can for example be used for modeling trust networks, for modelling Bayesian networks, for Intelligence Analysis and logical argumentation. In general, subjective logic is suitable for modeling and analysing situations involving uncertainty, incomplete knowledge and different world views.
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