From dissecting ignorance to solving algebraic problems

  title={From dissecting ignorance to solving algebraic problems},
  author={Bilal M. Ayyub},
  journal={Rel. Eng. & Sys. Safety},
Engineers and scientists are increasingly required to design, test, and validate new complex systems in simulation environments and/or with limited experimental results due to international Epistemic Uncertainty Workshop, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, August 6-7, 2002 © Ayyub 2002 2 and/or budgetary restrictions. Dealing with complex systems requires assessing knowledge and information by critically evaluating them in terms relevance, completeness, non-distortion, coherence… CONTINUE READING


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