mistral: Methods in Structural Reliability Analysis

Various reliability analysis methods for rare event inference: 1) computing failure probability (probability that the output of a numerical model exceeds a threshold), 2) computing quantiles of low or high-order, 3) Wilks formula to compute quantile(s) from a sample or the size of the required i.i.d. sample.

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AuthorClement WALTER, Gilles DEFAUX, Bertrand IOOSS and Vincent MOUTOUSSAMY, with contributions from Nicolas BOUSQUET, Claire CANNAMELA and Paul LEMAITRE
Date of publication2016-04-03 17:13:58
MaintainerBertrand Iooss <biooss@yahoo.fr>

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AKMCS Man page
ComputeDistributionParameter Man page
FORM Man page
IRW Man page
kiureghian Man page
LPA Man page
LSVM Man page
MetaIS Man page
mistral Man page
mistral-package Man page
modelLSVM Man page
ModifCorrMatrix Man page
MonotonicQuantileEstimation Man page
MonteCarlo Man page
MP Man page
MRM Man page
NestedSampling Man page
plotLSVM Man page
quantileWilks Man page
rackwitz Man page
S2MART Man page
SMART Man page
ss Man page
subset Man page
SubsetSimulation Man page
testConvexity Man page
TPA Man page
twodof Man page
updateLSVM Man page
UtoX Man page
waarts Man page
WilksFormula Man page

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