## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 14, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1995 - Arctic regions |

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In this work , a feedforward network with a single hidden layer is used to approximate the nonlinear

In this work , a feedforward network with a single hidden layer is used to approximate the nonlinear

**function**F. The network used is shown in Figure 1. It consists of a hidden layer and output layer . The output layer consists of neuron ...Page 299

The second object

The second object

**function**is of the form п , Σ w , PA - Pr ) ( 8 ) . a where thy is the new object**function**, and the remaining ... The resulting optimized value of the safety factor for the two object**functions**is shown in Table 9.Page 344

The way to make a failure

The way to make a failure

**function**fuzzy is to introduce tolerated violations . Let de and ds denote maximum of so on tolerated violation of resistance and load , respectively . For the limit state , the failure surface MER - S = 0 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Application to the Spanish | 25 |

PROBABILISTIC RESPONSE OF MARINE STRUCTURES | 79 |

Numerical Simulation of the WaveInduced NonLinear Bending Moment of Ships | 147 |

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