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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2014Computing first-order sensitivity indices with contribution to the sample mean plotSAINT-GEOURS Nathalie; TARANTOLA Stefano; KOPUSTINSKAS Vytis; BOLADO LAVIN RicardoArticles in Journals
2014Development of a gas transmission network reliability model: A case studyPRAKS PAVEL; KOPUSTINSKAS VytisContributions to Conferences
2010Discussion of ``The Forward Search: Theory and Data Analysis''PERROTTA Domenico; KOPUSTINSKAS VytisArticles in Journals
2011A Framework for Development of Energy Security IndicatorsKOPUSTINSKAS Vytis; BOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; MASERA MarceloContributions to Conferences
2013Network reliability benchmark study with application to gas transmission systemKOPUSTINSKAS Vytis; CONTINI Sergio; PRAKS PAVELContributions to Conferences
2012Proceedings of the conference on energy security: Outlook & Perspectives in the Baltic Sea region, Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, Vilnius, Lithuania, November 15-16, 2012KOPUSTINSKAS Vytis; MASERA Marcelo; URBONAS R.Books
2012Risk Analysis Approaches to Rank Outliers in Trade DataKOPUSTINSKAS Vytis; ARSENIS SpyrosArticles in books
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
2013Towards development of gas transmission network model by Monte Carlo simulationsPRAKS PAVEL; KOPUSTINSKAS VytisContributions to Conferences
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