I am looking for the manual Dempster–Shafer theory.

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I had not heard of this but was able to find this web page by using Google to search for "manual Dempster–Shafer theory":

What Is Dempster-Shafer Theory And Can It Fill The Void Left By Bayesian Models?

Introduced by Arthur P Dempster and developed by Glenn Shafer, the Dempster-Shafer theory was designed to mathematically model and validate the uncertainty involved in statistical inferences. This theory allows one to combine evidence from different sources and arrive at a degree of belief, which is mathematically defined by belief functions (Bel).

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