Dynamic vs. Traditional Probabilistic Risk Assessment Methodologies (动态与传统概率风险评估方法)

Dongfeng Zhu
Dr. Dongfeng Zhu (朱东锋博士) is currently the director of research and development at ITEM Software. He got his PhD in Reliability and Risk Assessment from University of Maryland in year 2006. He has over 13 years’ research, training, consulting, and development experiences in reliability engineering and risk analysis. Dr. Zhu’s research interests lie in the area of Probabilistic Risk As...read more



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In this talk, we will discuss the concept of Probabilistic Risk Assessment and evaluate available traditional and dynamic methodologies. Traditional Methodology is a list of methodologies for identifying and assessing the probability of situations leading to undesired state of a system. This type of methodologies requires analyst to assess possible system failures using inductive methods or deductive methods. Dynamic methodology is a set of methods and techniques in which executable models that represent the behavior of the elements of a system are exercised in order to identify risks and vulnerabilities of the system. We will compare the difference between methodologies and demonstrate the concepts using an example system.

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