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.
|Author||Clement WALTER, Gilles DEFAUX, Bertrand IOOSS and Vincent MOUTOUSSAMY, with contributions from Nicolas BOUSQUET, Claire CANNAMELA and Paul LEMAITRE|
|Maintainer||Bertrand Iooss <[email protected]>|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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