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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Atmospheric emissions from vegetation fires in Portugal (1990 - 2008): estimates, uncertainty analysis, and sensitivity analysisPEREIRA J.m.c.; ROSA Isabel; TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in Journals
2009Calculating First-order Sensitivity Measures: A Benchmark of Some Recent MethodologiesGATELLI DEBORA; KUCHERENKO Sergei; RATTO MARCO; TARANTOLA STEFANOArticles in Journals
2002Can Global Sensitivity Analysis Steer the Implementation of Models for Environmental Assessments and Decision-Making?TARANTOLA Stefano; GIGLIOLI N.; JESINGHAUS Jochen; SALTELLI AndreaArticles in Journals
2010A comparative analysis of emulators for the sensitivity analysis of a land surface process modelPETROPOULOS George P.; RATTO Marco; TARANTOLA StefanoContributions to Conferences
2003Comparison of Global Sensitivity Analysis Techniques and Importance Measures in Probabilistic Safety Assessment.BORGONOVO E.; APOSTOLAKIS G. e.; TARANTOLA Stefano; SALTELLI AndreaArticles in Journals
2012A comparison of two sampling methods for global sensitivity analysisTARANTOLA Stefano; BECKER WILLIAM EDWARD; ZEITZ DirkArticles in Journals
2009Composite Indicators for Security of Energy Supply in Europe using Ordered Weighted AveragingROCCO Claudio; TARANTOLA Stefano; COSTESCU BADEA Anca; BOLADO LAVIN RicardoContributions to Conferences
2011Composite Indicators for Security of Energy Supply Using Ordered Weighted AveragingBADEA Anca; ROCCO Claudio M.; TARANTOLA Stefano; BOLADO LAVIN RicardoArticles in Journals
2012Composite Indicators measuring structural change, to monitor the progress towards a more knowledge-intensive economy in EuropeALBRECHT Daniel; VERTESY DANIEL; TARANTOLA StefanoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Composite Indicators measuring the progress in the construction and integration of a European Research AreaTARANTOLA Stefano; VERTESY DANIEL; ALBRECHT DanielEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Composite Indicators of Research ExcellenceVERTESY DANIEL; TARANTOLA StefanoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Composite Indicators: the Art of Mixing Apples and OrangesTARANTOLA STEFANO; SALTELLI ANDREAContributions to Conferences
2000The Concept of Sensitivity with Applications to Official Statistics.SALTELLI Andrea; PLANAS Christophe; TARANTOLA Stefano; CAMPOLONGO FrancescaArticles in Journals
2009Contribution to the Sample Mean Plot for Graphical and Numerical Sensitivity AnalysisBOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; CASTAINGS William; TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in Journals
2008Creating Composite Indicators with DEA and Robustness Analysis: the Case of the Technology Achievement IndexCHERCHYE Laurens; MOESEN Willem; ROGGE Nicky; VAN PUYENBROECK Tom; SAISANA Michaela; SALTELLI ANDREA; LISKA ROMAN; TARANTOLA STEFANOArticles in Journals
2000Design of Surface Brillouin Scattering Experiments by Sensitivity Analysis.PASTORELLI R.; TARANTOLA Stefano; BEGHI M.g.; BOTTANI C.e.; SALTELLI AndreaArticles in Journals
2002Designing a Spectral Index to Estimate Vegetation Water Content from Remote Sensing Data. Part 1. Theoretical Approach.CECCATO Pietro; GOBRON Nadine; FLASSE Stephane; PINTI Antonio; TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in Journals
2001Detecting Vegetation Leaf Water Content Using Reflectance in the Optical Domain.CECCATO Pietro; FLASSE Stephane; TARANTOLA Stefano; JACQUEMOUD Stephane; GREGOIRE Jean-marieArticles in Journals
2005Distributed Sensitivity Analysis of Flood Inundation Model CalibrationHALL Jim; TARANTOLA STEFANOArticles in Journals
2005Distributed Sensitivity Analysis of Flood Inundation Model Calibration.HALL Jim; TARANTOLA Stefano; BATES PaulArticles in Journals
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