One thing I've wondered for quite some time, and looked for, but not found anything I consider adequate is whether there is a theory of probability based on Zadeh's fuzzy set theory.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The closest I've found is Zadeh's Perception Probability Theory, but this doesn't quite seem to cut it.

Does anyone here know of any theories that successfully generalize probability theory from a boolean set theory foundation to a fuzzy set theory foundation?

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# Is there a theory of probability based on fuzzy set theory?

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