## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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Then the rate at which they would cross out of the safe

rate ' ) can be estimated from : Irrespective of the precise approach adopted for

the reliability analysis , the critical issue for proper time - dependent structural ...

Then the rate at which they would cross out of the safe

**domain**( the ' outcrossingrate ' ) can be estimated from : Irrespective of the precise approach adopted for

the reliability analysis , the critical issue for proper time - dependent structural ...

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... distribution belongs to the

distributions . The assumption of a Poisson process model for the exceedance

times combined with GP distributed excesses can be shown to lead to the

generalized ...

... distribution belongs to the

**domain**of attraction of one of the extreme valuedistributions . The assumption of a Poisson process model for the exceedance

times combined with GP distributed excesses can be shown to lead to the

generalized ...

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Morandi , A.C. , Dixon , A. , Baerhiem , M .: ' Comparison of full - scale

measurements and time -

jack - up ' . Offshore Technology Conference , Houston , 1998 . 25. Hunt , R.J .: '

Jack - up and ...

Morandi , A.C. , Dixon , A. , Baerhiem , M .: ' Comparison of full - scale

measurements and time -

**domain**irregular sea analysis for a large deepwaterjack - up ' . Offshore Technology Conference , Houston , 1998 . 25. Hunt , R.J .: '

Jack - up and ...

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