Available from this site is an evolving bibliography of documents on
uncertainty and imprecision in information systems.
By uncertainty and imprecision in information systems,
we mean the representation of and query support for
information that is fuzzy, unknown, partially known, vague, uncertain,
probabilistic, indefinite, disjunctive, possible, maybe, incomplete,
approximate, erroneous or imprecise.
Currently, the bibliography concentrates almost exclusively on
database and knowledge-base systems, with few references on
other kinds of information systems.
- Curtis E. Dyreson.
A Bibliography on Uncertainty Management in Information Systems.
Uncertainty Management in Information Systems: From Needs to Solutions.
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997. pp. 415-458.
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The references in this bibliography are organized into nine sections:
logic and deductive databases,
fuzzy set and possibility theory,
The sections loosely reflect some topics of past research.
Papers that relate to a particular research area are listed in the
If a paper applies to more than one
research area then it is cross-referenced in all the