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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Sensitivity Analysis for Hydraulic ModelsHALL Jim; BOYCE Shawn; WANG Yeuling; DAWSON Richards; TARANTOLA Stefano; SALTELLI AndreaArticles in Journals
2011Sensitivity analysis for reliable design verification of nuclear turbosetsZENTNER Irmela; TARANTOLA Stefano; DE ROCQUIGNY EtienneArticles in Journals
2001Sensitivity Analysis in Model Calibration: GSA-GLUE Approach.RATTO Marco; TARANTOLA Stefano; SALTELLI AndreaArticles in Journals
2008Sensitivity Analysis of a Fire Spread Model in a Chaparral LandscapeCLARK R.e.; HOPE A.s.; TARANTOLA STEFANO; GATELLI DEBORA; DENNISON P.e.; MORITZ M.a.Articles in Journals
2009Sensitivity Analysis of Spatial ModelsLILBURNE Linda; TARANTOLA STEFANOArticles in Journals
2010Sensitivity analysis of the rice model WARM in Europe: exploring the effects of different locations, climates and methods of analysis on model sensitivity to crop parametersCONFALONIERI ROBERTO; BELLOCCHI GIANNI; TARANTOLA STEFANO; ACUTIS Marco; DONATELLI Marcello; GENOVESE GiampieroArticles in Journals
2013A sensitivity analysis of the SimSphere SVAT model in the context of EO-based operational products developmentPETROPOULOS George P.; GRIFFITHS Hywel M.; TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in Journals
2005Sensitivity Analysis of the Water-Leaving Remote Sensing Reflectance in Coastal Shallow Waters.DUARTE Julio; VELEZ REYES Miguel; TARANTOLA Stefano; ARMSTRONG RoyArticles in Journals
2006Sensitivity Analysis on Spatial Models: a New ApproachTARANTOLA STEFANO; GATELLI DEBORAContributions to Conferences
2006Sensitivity Analysis Practices. Strategies for Model-Based InferenceSALTELLI ANDREA; RATTO MARCO; TARANTOLA STEFANO; CAMPOLONGO FRANCESCAArticles in Journals
2005Sensitivity Analysis Practices. Strategies for Model-Based Inference.CAMPOLONGO Francesca; SALTELLI Andrea; TARANTOLA Stefano; RATTO MarcoArticles in Journals
2012Sensitivity analysis techniques applied to a system of hyperbolic conservation lawsWEIRS Gregory V.; KAMM James R.; SWILER Laura P.; TARANTOLA Stefano; RATTO Marco; ADAMS Brian M.; RIDER William J.; ELDRED Michael S.Articles in Journals
2012Sensitivity Analysis Using Contribution to Sample Variance Plot: Application to a Water Hammer ModelTARANTOLA Stefano; KOPUSTINSKAS Vytis; BOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; KALIATKA Algis; USPURAS Eugenijus; VAISNORAS MindaugasArticles in Journals
2001Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis in Spatial Modelling Based on GIS.CROSETTO Michele; TARANTOLA Stefano; SALTELLI AndreaArticles in Journals
2010Sensitivity and uncertainty quantification techniques applied to systems of conservation lawsKAMM James R.; RIDER William J.; WEIRS Greg; TARANTOLA Stefano; RATTO MarcoContributions to Conferences
2002Statistical Techniques and Participatory Approaches for the Compilation of the European Internal Market Index 1992-2001TARANTOLA Stefano; SAISANA M.; SALTELLI Andrea; SCHMIEDEL Frank; LEAPMAN NicholasEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Statistics, Knowledge and Policy: Key Indicators to Inform Decision MakingSALTELLI ANDREA; NARDO MICHELA; SAISANA Michaela; TARANTOLA STEFANOContributions to Conferences
1999Tackling Quantitatively Large Dimensionally Problems.CAMPOLONGO Francesca; TARANTOLA Stefano; SALTELLI AndreaArticles in Journals
2010Theorems and analytical test cases in moment independent sensitivity analysisBORGONOVO Emanuele; CASTAINGS William; TARANTOLA StefanoContributions to Conferences
2005Tools for Composite Indicators BuildingNARDO MICHELA; SAISANA Michaela; SALTELLI ANDREA; TARANTOLA STEFANOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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