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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010EditorialBORGONOVO Emanuele; SALTELLI Andrea; TARANTOLA StefanoContributions 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
2012On the importance of uncertain factors in seismic fragility assessmentBORGONOVO Emanuele; ZENTNER Irmela; PELLEGRI A; TARANTOLA Stefano; DE ROCQUIGNY EArticles in Journals
2010Sampling plans for the estimation of moment-independent importance measuresCASTAINGS William; BORGONOVO Emanuele; TARANTOLA StefanoContributions to Conferences
2012Sampling strategies in density-based sensitivity analysisCASTAINGS William; BORGONOVO Emanuele; MORRIS M.d.; TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in Journals
2010Theorems and analytical test cases in moment independent sensitivity analysisBORGONOVO Emanuele; CASTAINGS William; TARANTOLA StefanoContributions to Conferences
2010Use of moment independent importance measures in the framework of seismic fragility analysisZENTNER Irmela; BORGONOVO Emanuele; PELLEGRI Alessandra; TARANTOLA StefanoContributions to Conferences
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