Erkenntnis 83 (3):1-21 (2018)

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Rush T. Stewart
Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München
Ignacio Ojea Quintana
Australian National University
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We explore which types of probabilistic updating commute with convex IP pooling. Positive results are stated for Bayesian conditionalization, imaging, and a certain parameterization of Jeffrey conditioning. This last observation is obtained with the help of a slight generalization of a characterization of externally Bayesian pooling operators due to Wagner :336–345, 2009). These results strengthen the case that pooling should go by imprecise probabilities since no precise pooling method is as versatile.
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