Volume 26, Number 1, January 1996
Andrew P. Sage
: Editorial Two-Part IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics.
Ronald P. S. Mahler
: Combining ambiguous evidence with respect to ambiguous a priori knowledge. I. Boolean logic.
Robin R. Murphy
: Biological and cognitive foundations of intelligent sensor fusion.
: Information combination operators for data fusion: a comparative review with classification.
: On the proof of correctness of "Yet another asynchronous distributed discrete event simulation algorithm (YADDES)".
Kostas N. Oikonomou
: Abstractions of finite-state machines and optimality with respect to immediately-detectable next-state faults.
Volume 26, Number 2, March 1996
: Design and validation of a knowledge-based system for screening product innovations.
Edward A. Billard
: Stability of adaptive search in multi-level games under delayed information.
Volume 26, Number 3, May 1996
, Vicki M. Bier
: Uncertainty about probability: a reconciliation with the subjectivist viewpoint.
: Modeling and measuring the effects of vagueness in decision models.
: Inference using conditional probabilities despite prior ignorance.
Volume 26, Number 4, July 1996
: A new method for evaluating weapon systems using fuzzy set theory.
: An optimal neuron evolution algorithm for constrained quadratic programming in image restoration.
Volume 26, Number 5, September 1996
László T. Kóczy
: Fuzzy if... then rule models and their transformation into one another.
: The posterior probabilities of linearly constrained priors and interval-bounded conditionals.
, Tung Bui
: Modeling experts' consensual judgments for new product entry timing.
Volume 26, Number 6, November 1996
Ronald R. Yager
: On the aggregation of prioritized belief structures.
, Saburo Ikeda
: A composite object model of an urban water network based on multidisciplinary knowledge bases. I. Composite object modeling.
: Solving optimization problems with variable-constraint by an extended Cohen-Grossberg model.
: Incremental knowledge acquisition in supervised learning networks.
Ahti A. Salo
: Tighter estimates for the posteriors of imprecise prior and conditional probabilities.