Fundamentals of Structural Reliability Theory
During the last decade structural reliability theory has been treated in a large number of research reports, conference papers, textbooks, etc. Structural reliability theory is now taught extensively at universities all over the world and several organizations offer elementary and advanced courses on this subject. Therefore, from being a subject only well-known by a relatively small number of researchers it is now an accepted engineering discipline.
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