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The theory of usuality suggested by L.A. Zadeh is widely used in many areas including decision analysis, system analysis, control and others where commonsense knowledge plays an important role. As a rule, this knowledge is imprecise, incomplete, and partially reliable. The concept of usuality is characterized by a combination of fuzzy and probabilistic information. Formally, it is handled by possibilistic-probabilistic constraint, where A is a fuzzy restriction on a value of a random variabledoi:10.1016/j.procs.2016.09.370 fatcat:hta4ik3ezjhxvf3xwdyasxbkpi