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Risk Analysis: Fuzzy Cognitive Maps Vs Fault Trees

  • A. P. RothsteinEmail author
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Abstract

Restrictions of the method of fault trees in risk analysis problems are analyzed. As an alternative to this method, we consider the possibility to apply fuzzy cognitive maps; this new modelling technique is not sufficiently propagated in the reliability theory. Based on fuzzy cognitive maps, we propose a method to rank risk factors and illustrate it by an example of a man-machine system.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Jerusalem College of Technology (Lev Academic Center)JerusalemIsrael

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