Representation of Risk Scenarios via Euler Diagrams
A risk analysis begins with the identification and classification of initiating events. We address the application of Euler Diagrams to guide database queries and to determine when an evolving set of initiating events effectively spans the systems and situation of interest.
KeywordsRisk Analysis Quality Function Deployment Fault Tree Scenario Identification Risk Scenario
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