Minds and Machines 26 (3):303-305 (2016)

Constrained coherence is compared to coherence and its role in the behavioural interpretation of coherence is discussed. The equivalence of these two notions is proven for coherent conditional previsions, showing that the same course of reasoning applies to several similar concepts developed in the realm of imprecise probability theory.
Keywords Coherence  Constrained coherence  Subjective probability  Imprecise probabilities
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DOI 10.1007/s11023-015-9387-5
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