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

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The computation to find the membership

The computation to find the membership

**function**of Y is done by the vertex method . For a**function**with n variables , there will be 2n vertices . The coordinates of the vertices are actually the combinations of n pairs of end points of ...Page 277

where r is the Gamma

where r is the Gamma

**function**. Tz ( x ) = 1 if x = m . ( 11 ) 9 The Limit State**function**Z with m # 2 and Q , 70 , is given by [ 17,18 ] , XX 1 y ( x ) = R - m B if x > m Z = R - S ( 7 ) The T - transform of individual variable can be ...Page 439

( 27 ) After each inspection the posterior probability density

( 27 ) After each inspection the posterior probability density

**function**is calculated as : f ; ( B , a ,, C ) = + ( B ,,, ... a ,, Clacdagle ( B ) Pmined min min With this posterior model and a parameter probability density**function**the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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