Efficient sampling and data reduction techniques for probabilistic seismic lifeline risk assessment

@inproceedings{Jayaram2010EfficientSA,
  title={Efficient sampling and data reduction techniques for probabilistic seismic lifeline risk assessment},
  author={Nirmal Jayaram and Jack W. Baker},
  year={2010}
}
Probabilistic seismic risk assessment for spatially distributed lifelines is less straightforward than for individual structures. While procedures such as the ‘PEER framework’ have been developed for risk assessment of individual structures, these are not easily applicable to distributed lifeline systems, due to difficulties in describing ground-motion intensity (e.g. spectral acceleration) over a region (in contrast to ground-motion intensity at a single site, which is easily quantified using… CONTINUE READING
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