Refined risk assessments should increase realism compared with the first tier deterministic risk assessment. This may involve using probabilistic methods which account separately for uncertainty and variability. Analysts use cumulative distribution functions to represent variability, and bounds around these to illustrate uncertainty. In probability bounds analysis, parametric probability boxes (p-boxes)...
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