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Combining spatial and thematic uncertainty and sensitivity analysis for mountain natural hazard assessment

Abstract : This article presents an application of the Hybrid uncertainty propagation method to natural hazard assessment. It proposes a comparison with the usual probabilistic Monte-Carlo method, and propagates uncertainties related to both spatial and thematic variables.
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G. Dupouy, J.M. Tacnet, Franck Bourrier, F. Berger, D. Laigle, et al.. Combining spatial and thematic uncertainty and sensitivity analysis for mountain natural hazard assessment. Spatial Accuracy 2016 Conference, Jul 2016, Montpellier, France. pp.3. ⟨hal-02605958⟩

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