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Variance‐based sensitivity analyses and uncertainty quantification for FEMA P‐58 consequence predictions
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics (Print)
Earthquake loss assessment procedures for individual buildings can be a useful tool for various stakeholders, including building owners, insurers, and lenders. However, it is often not possible to provide complete information for the required inputs to these procedures because there is substantial cost and effort associated with gathering necessary data. It is therefore important to understand how different inputs to these procedures (building information/ground shaking intensity) impact thedoi:10.1002/eqe.3370 fatcat:bo5yx2edjbh5rir3lkx7zc3c5i