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

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analysis , the objective is to obtain an

analysis , the objective is to obtain an

**estimate**of C , and to ensure that this value is not substantially lower than ... is**estimated**from the global loaddeformation curve generated in the static pushover analysis , e.g. , from global ...Page 185

A brief discussion of the implication for the estimation of confidence intervals on the various

A brief discussion of the implication for the estimation of confidence intervals on the various

**estimates**will also be ... In general , this distribution contains two parameters which need to be**estimated**in order to be able to make ...Page 431

**Estimated**statistical parameters for ( 10 ) . alira B. om 12.8 1.85 1.98 0.021 -0.32 0 m Paul STOCHASTIC MODEL FOR ANNUAL MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL WAVE HEIGHTS The unconditional cumulative distribution function for the annual maximum ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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