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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008The Lisbon Strategy and Development of Metrics to Measure Innovation in EuropeCELIKEL ESSER FUNDA; VILLALBA GARCIA ERNESTO; TARANTOLA STEFANOArticles in books
2005Local and Global Uncertainty Analyses of a Methane Flame ModelSALTELLI ANDREA; TARANTOLA STEFANO; RATTO MARCO; ZÁDOR J.; ZSÉLY I.g; TURÁNYI T.Articles in Journals
2009LUISA (Library User Interface for Sensitivity Analysis): a generic software component for sensitivity analysis of bio-physical modelsDONATELLI Marcello; CONFALONIERI Roberto; CERRANI Iacopo; FANCHINI Davide; ACUTIS Marco; TARANTOLA Stefano; BARUTH BettinaContributions to Conferences
2012Model emulation and moment-independent sensitivity analysis: An application to environmental modellingTARANTOLA Stefano; BORGONOVO Emanuele; CASTAINGS WilliamArticles in Journals
2008Moment Independent and Variance Based Sensitivity Analysis with Correlations: an Application to the Stability of a Chemical ReactorBORGONOVO Emanuele; TARANTOLA STEFANOArticles in Journals
2011Moment independent importance measures: new results and analytical test casesBORGONOVO Emanuele; CASTAINGS William; TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in Journals
2008Monitoring e-Business Readiness of European Enterprises Using Composite IndicatorsTARANTOLA STEFANO; CASTAINGS WILLIAMContributions to Conferences
2005A New Estimator for Sensitivity Analysis of Model Output. An Application to the e-Business Readiness Composite Indicator.TARANTOLA Stefano; NARDO Michela; SAISANA M.; GATELLI DeboraArticles in Journals
2006A new estimator for Sensitivity analysis of model output: An application to the e-Business Readiness Composite IndicatorTARANTOLA STEFANO; NARDO MICHELA; SAISANA Michaela; GATELLI DEBORAArticles in Journals
2012On the importance of uncertain factors in seismic fragility assessmentBORGONOVO Emanuele; ZENTNER Irmela; PELLEGRI A; TARANTOLA Stefano; DE ROCQUIGNY EArticles in Journals
2002On the Relative Importance of Input Factors in Mathematical Models. Safety Assessment for Nuclear Waste Disposal.SALTELLI Andrea; TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in Journals
2002Optimised Resource Allocation for GIS-Based Model Implementation.CROSETTO Francesco; CROSETTO Michele; TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in Journals
1998Presenting Results from Model Based Studies to Decision Makers: Can Sensitivity Analysis Be Defogging Agent?SALTELLI Andrea; TARANTOLA Stefano; CHAN KarenArticles in Journals
1999A Quantitative Model-Independent Method for Global Sensitivity Analysis of Model Output.SALTELLI Andrea; TARANTOLA Stefano; CHAN KarenArticles in Journals
2005Random Balance Designs for Sensitivity Analysis.TARANTOLA Stefano; GATELLI Debora; MARA T. a.Articles in Journals
2006Random Balance Designs for the Estimation of First Order Global Sensitivity IndicesTARANTOLA STEFANO; GATELLI DEBORAArticles in Journals
2013Reduced-complexity modeling of braided rivers: assessing model performance by sensitivity analysis, calibration and validationZILIANI Luca; SURIAN Nicola; COULTHARD T. J.; TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in Journals
2012Regional Innovation Index: Regional champions within national Innovation SystemsBRAMANTI Alberto; TARANTOLA StefanoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Regional Innovation Scoreboard 2012TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in books
1999A Role for Sensitivity Analysis in Presenting the Results from MCDA Studies to Decidion Makers.SALTELLI Andrea; TARANTOLA Stefano; CHAN KarenArticles in Journals
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