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

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To attack the problem Bucher and Bourgund [ 2 ] proposed the adaptive

refinement technique and reduced the factorial design to several simple ones ,

each consisting of only one centre

be used ...

To attack the problem Bucher and Bourgund [ 2 ] proposed the adaptive

refinement technique and reduced the factorial design to several simple ones ,

each consisting of only one centre

**point**and 2n star**points**. The same design willbe used ...

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But for all practical purposes , we are uncertain about the various micro - agents

which collectively influence the progress of the deterioration process at each and

every

But for all practical purposes , we are uncertain about the various micro - agents

which collectively influence the progress of the deterioration process at each and

every

**point**within the segment , This situation is clearly suited to a probabilistic ...Page 298

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS convex if all the averages of the

belong to he himself . Of this form , S is convex if any

any number 0 < B S 1 , the

like ...

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS convex if all the averages of the

**points**in S also tobelong to he himself . Of this form , S is convex if any

**point**x and y in S and forany number 0 < B S 1 , the

**point**Bx + ( 1 - B ) y , belongs to S : The authors wouldlike ...

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