Use of Bayesian Belief Networks for risk management in energy distribution
We present the use of Bayesian Belief Networks (BBN) for risk management in power industry, especially risk assessment and risk mapping. We present a specific definition of risk, then, an application to the risk management of a gas and electricity distribution center. A risk map is elaborated, based on the risk analysis and the Bayesian network. We conclude the poster with the advantages and limitations of this approach.
KeywordsRisk Assessment Risk Management Bayesian Network Bayesian Belief Network Influence Diagram
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