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Cengiz Kahraman and Farouk Yalaoui

Uncertainty has been a concern to engineers, managers, and scientists for many years in engineering and sciences. Engineers and scientists often need to solve complex problems with incomplete information resources, necessitating a proper treatment of uncertainty and a reliance on expert opinions. The techniques for Uncertainty Modeling and Analysis in Engineering present appropriate analytical and useful tools to current and future analysts and practitioners to understand the fundamentals of knowledge, how to model and analyze uncertainty, how to build efficient methods and how to select these tools for particular problems. This special issue aims at presenting the recent applications in the field of Uncertainty Modeling in Knowledge Engineering and Decision Making. The total number of submissions to this issue was 66. After a peer review process, 14 original research papers on this field have been accepted.

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