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During the reception of a piece of information, we are never passive

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About the Authors Philippe Capet is a project manager and research engineer at Ektimo, working mainly on information management and control in military contexts

An Architecture for the Evolution of Trust Definition and Impact of the Necessary Dimensions of Opinion Making, Adrien Revault d Allonnes

Beyond the military context, the book reveals ways to evaluate information for the good of other fields such as economic intelligence, and, more globally, the informational monitoring by governments and businesses

Beyond these two extremes, each person generally adopts an intermediate position when faced with the reception of information, depending on its provenance and credibility

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Depending on its origin and content, from our personal beliefs and convictions, we bestow upon this piece of information, spontaneously or after reflection, a certain amount of confidence

Epistemic Trust, Gloria Origgi

Information Evaluation in the Military Domain Doctrines, Practices and Shortcomings, Philippe Capet and Adrien Revault d Allonnes

Information Philosophical Analysis and Strategic Applications, Mouhamadou El Hady Ba and Philippe Capet

Multidimensional Approach to Reliability Evaluation of Information Sources, Fr d ric Pichon, Christophe Labreuche, Bertrand Duqueroie and Thomas Delavallade

Quantitative Information Evaluation Modeling and Experimental Evaluation, Marie-Jeanne Lesot, Fr d ric Pichon and Thomas Delavallade

Spanning the approaches offered by philosophy, military intelligence, algorithmics and information science, this book presents the concepts of information and the confidence placed in it, the methods that militaries, the first to be aware of the need, have or should have adopted, tools to help them, and the prospects that they have opened up

The Fundamentals of Intelligence, Philippe Lemercier

These two attitudes are symmetrically detrimental, not only to the proper perception of this information but also to its use

Thomas Delavallade is an advanced studies engineer at Thales Communications Security, working on social media mining in the context of crisis management, cybersecurity and the fight against cybercrime.

Too much confidence shows a degree of naivety, whereas an absolute lack of it condemns us as being paranoid

Uncertainty of an Event and its Markers in Natural Language Processing, Mouhamadou El Hady Ba, St phanie Brizard, Tanneguy Dulong and B n dicte Goujon

We still need to understand and explain how these judgements are conceived, in what context and to what end

When Reported Information Is Second Hand, Laurence Cholvy

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