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10:32am Fri 16th Sep, Daniel L.

Hi, I understand that we are allowed to change the specifications of the project in accordance to our different approaches, but I still want an explicit confirmation that what our group is about to do is allowed. We are thinking of altering the uncertainty system such that: - Uncertainty from 0.00 to 1.00. - 0.00 indicates a green agent is absolutely certain of voting. - 1.00 indicates a green agent is absolutely uncertain of voting and will thus not vote. Alternatively the project specs has two uncertainties: one for vote and not vote. My question is: are these uncertainties transitive i.e if a green node has an opinion of vote with uncertainty of 20% does that mean its opinion on not voting is 80%?

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