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Applicable eventology of safety: inconclusive totals

Oleg Yu. Vorobyev ()

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Abstract: Totals of the eventological safety system modeling is considered for examples and illustrations, which are intended to demonstrate the main features of the algorithm for calculating the risk of a dangerous event at the company under established the event-related circumstances based on the portfolio of identification indicators of company safety; inter alia the examples and illustrations show the role and functions (in calculating the risk) of the three main event-based figurants in the safety eventological system: the total subject, the total object and the total barrier; and most importantly they reveal the key of eventological approach applicability for the field of safety in the methods for selecting the optimal portfolio of identification indicators of safety providing specified accuracy of estimating risk of the dangerous event for this company by minimal expert costs.

Keywords: Eventology; applicable eventology; probability theory; event; probability; set of events; algebra of events; mean probable event; value of an event; Gibbsean event-based model; event identification; total subject; total object; total barrier; portfolio of identification indicators; accuracy of estimating risk; minimum cost of expert. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C02 C30 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013-04-27, Revised 2013-04-27
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Published in XII International Conference on FAM and Eventology of Safety, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia, 2013 (2013): pp. 39-48

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