We present an application of Granular Computing and Three-way decisions to intelligence analysis. In particular we extend the Analysis of Competing Hypotheses with an additional perspective devoted to support analysts in reasoning with groups of hypotheses that can be equivalent on the basis of partial and incomplete evidence, and in classifying these groups of hypotheses with respect to a decisional attribute of interest for the analyst, such as dangerous or safe. Creating and reasoning with granules and multi-level granular structures give to our approach an added value when dealing with a large number of evidence and hypotheses. Three-way decision making offers the possibility of a rapid understanding of how granules of hypotheses approximate a class of dangerous hypotheses, with clear benefits when analysts have to take decision on classifying a group of hypotheses or setting a proper level of attention to group of equivalent hypotheses.
|Titolo:||Application of Granular Computing and Three-way decisions to Analysis of Competing Hypotheses|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributi in Atti di convegno|