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100 1  Vose, David. 
245 10 Risk analysis :|ba quantitative guide /|cDavid Vose. 
250    3rd ed. 
260    Chichester, England ;|aHoboken, NJ :|bWiley,|cc2008. 
300    xiv, 735 p. :|bill. ;|c26 cm. 
505 0  Why do a risk analysis? -- Planning a risk analysis -- The
       quality of a risk analysis -- Choice of model structure --
       Understanding and using the results of a risk analysis -- 
       Probability mathematics and simulation -- Building and 
       running a model -- Some basic random processes -- Data and
       statistics -- Fitting distributions to data -- Sums of 
       random variables -- Forecasting with uncertainty -- 
       Modelling correlation and dependencies -- Eliciting from 
       expert opinion -- Testing and modelling causal 
       relationships -- Optimisation in risk analysis -- Checking
       and validating a model -- Discounted cashflow modelling --
       Project risk analysis -- Insurance and finance risk 
       analysis modelling -- Microbial food safety risk 
       assessment -- Animal import risk assessment. 
650  0 Monte Carlo method. 
650  0 Risk assessment|xMathematical models. 
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