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Fuzzy Reasoning for the analysis of risks in geotechnical engineering Application to a French Case

Abstract : The analysis of risks induced by unstable cliffs is one of the major and important tasks in geotechnieal engineering, This analysis should take into account the fact that some engineering parameters that are necessary for any risk analysts around unstable eliffs are difficult to be quantified and/or they are vague and imprecise. That is why such risk analysis should depend meagerly on the experience of the geotechnical engineer in charge for measurements.
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Yasser El-Shayeb, Thierry Verdel, Christophe Didier. Fuzzy Reasoning for the analysis of risks in geotechnical engineering Application to a French Case. 5. European Congress on Intelligent Techniques & Soft Computing, Sep 1997, Aachen, Germany. ⟨ineris-00972109⟩

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