Imprecise Probabilities in Engineering Analyses

  title={Imprecise Probabilities in Engineering Analyses},
  author={Michael Beer and Scott Ferson and Vladik Kreinovich},
Probabilistic uncertainty and imprecision in structural parameters and in environmental conditions and loads are challenging phenomena in engineering analyses. They require appropriate mathematical modeling and quanti cation to obtain realistic results when predicting the behavior and reliability of engineering structures and systems. But the modeling and quanti cation is complicated by the characteristics of the available information, which involves, for example, sparse data, poor measurements… CONTINUE READING
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