Virtual Reality as Tool for Supporting the Human Failure Probabilities Estimation
The thorough inclusion of Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) into quantitative risk assessment remains nowadays a quite difficult and complex exercise, the reasons probably laying on both the inherent difficulties associated with the elicitation of adequate human reliability data, and the absence of a generically accepted formal methodological scheme that enables to systematically include human factors in the analysis.
KeywordsVirtual Reality Automatic Device Quantitative Risk Assessment Situation Assessment Expert Evidence
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