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Bayesian networks to quantify the reliability of a debris flow alarm system
Safety, Reliability, Risk and Life-Cycle Performance of Structures and Infrastructures
Warning and alarm systems are part of an integrative approach to risk management for natural hazards that supplement protective measures such as rock fall nets, dams and galleries. To integrate warning and alarms systems as standard measures in a risk management approach, their reliability should be quantified. In this paper, selected methods are applied to quantify the reliability of an active threshold-based debris flow alarm system. The reliability is defined as the ability of the system todoi:10.1201/b16387-532 fatcat:y4liiv7rdzhdrfxkcwfnibuugq