Improved Importance Sampling Methods for Structural System Reliability Calculationby Robert E. Melchers, Univ of Newcastle,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Structural Safety and Reliability
Abstract: Improvements can be made to importance sampling by recognising some of the essential features of the time-independent structural reliability problem. Thus non-interesting regions in the integration domain can be deleted from consideration using a priori information and updating techniques. These can also be used to obtain the point(s) of maximum likelihood, a central parameter for importance sampling in cartesian co-ordinates.
Subject Headings: Structural reliability | System reliability | Structural analysis | Information management | Parameters (statistics) | Probability | Struts
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