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|Title:||Lessons Learnt from Studies on Sensitivity Analysis Techniques in the EU Project PAMINA - A Benchmark Study|
|Authors:||ROEHLIG K.-J.; PLISCHKE E.; BOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; BECKER D.-A.; EKSTROEM P.-A.; HOTZEL S.|
|Citation:||Reliability, Risk and Safety, Theory and Applications; ISBN: 978-0-415-55509-8 p. 1769-1775|
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Several EU PAMINA project partners have applied different Sensitivity Analysis (SA) tech-niques to analytical models as well as to a simplified, though representative, PA model. The aims of the exer-cise were to investigate the performance of different techniques in the presence of features such as (lack of) linearity, (lack of) monotony, interactions, etc.; to check the importance of sample size; to compare different options within a given SA technique; to cross-compare the results obtained using different techniques; and to get a better understanding of the rationale behind every available technique and about their capabilities and shortcomings. This paper presents and discusses some results on the tests of global sensitivity analysis per-formed with variance-based sensitivity indicators.|
|JRC Directorate:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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