Modelling and assessment of dependent performance shaping factors through Analytic Network Process

@article{Ambroggi2008ModellingAA,
  title={Modelling and assessment of dependent performance shaping factors through Analytic Network Process},
  author={Massimiliano De Ambroggi and Paolo Trucco},
  journal={Rel. Eng. & Sys. Safety},
  year={2008},
  volume={96},
  pages={849-860}
}
Despite continuous progresses in research and applications, one of the major weaknesses of current HRA methods dwells in their limited capability of modelling the mutual influences between performance shaping factors (PSFs). Indeed at least two types of dependencies between PSFs can be defined: (i) dependency between the states of the PSFs; (ii) dependency between the influences (impacts) of the PSFs on the human performance. This paper introduces a method, based on Analytic Network Process… CONTINUE READING

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