Comparison of Methods for Dependency Determination between Human Failure Events within Human Reliability Analysis

@inproceedings{epin2008ComparisonOM,
  title={Comparison of Methods for Dependency Determination between Human Failure Events within Human Reliability Analysis},
  author={Marko {\vC}epin},
  year={2008}
}
The human reliability analysis (HRA) is a highly subjective evaluation of human performance, which is an input for probabilistic safety assessment, which deals with many parameters of high uncertainty. The objective of this paper is to show that subjectivism can have a large impact on human reliability results and consequently on probabilistic safety assessment results and applications. The objective is to identify the key features, which may decrease subjectivity of human reliability analysis… CONTINUE READING

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