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단행본
Personal Author
Vose, David.
Title Statement
Risk analysis : a quantitative guide / David Vose.
판사항
3rd ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Chichester, England ;   Hoboken, NJ :   Wiley ,   c2008.  
Physical Medium
xiv, 735 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
9780470512845 (cloth : alk. paper) 0470512849 (cloth : alk. paper)
Content Notes
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.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 725-728) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Monte Carlo method. Risk assessment -- Mathematical models.
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Book Introduction

Risk Analysis concerns itself with the quantification of risk, the modeling of identified risks and how to make decisions from those models. Quantitative risk analysis (QRA) using Monte Carlo simulation offers a powerful and precise method for dealing with the uncertainty and variability of a problem. By providing the building blocks the author guides the reader through the necessary steps to produce an accurate risk analysis model and offers general and specific techniques to cope with most modeling problems. A wide range of solved problems is used to illustrate these techniques and how they can be used together to solve otherwise complex problems.


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Table of Contents

Preface.

Part 1: Introduction.

1. Why do a risk analysis?

1.1. Moving on from “What If” Scenarios.

1.2. The Risk Analysis Process.

1.3. Risk Management Options.

1.4. Evaluating Risk Management Options.

1.5. Inefficiencies in Transferring Risks to Others.

1.6. Risk Registers.

2. Planning a risk analysis.

2.1. Questions and Motives.

2.2. Determine the Assumptions that are Acceptable or Required.

2.3. Time and Timing.

2.4. You’ll Need a Good Risk Analyst or Team.

3. The quality of a risk analysis.

3.1. The Reasons Why a Risk Analysis can be Terrible.

3.2. Communicating the Quality of Data Used in a Risk Analysis.

3.3. Level of Criticality.

3.4. The Biggest Uncertainty in a Risk Analysis.

3.5. Iterate.

4. Choice of model structure.

4.1. Software Tools and the Models they Build.

4.2. Calculation Methods.

4.3. Uncertainty and Variability.

4.4. How Monte Carlo Simulation Works.

4.5. Simulation Modelling.

5. Understanding and using the results of a risk analysis.

5.1. Writing a Risk Analysis Report.

5.2. Explaining a Model’s Assumptions.

5.3. Graphical Presentation of a Model’s Results.

5.4. Statistical Methods of Analysing Results.

Part 2: Introduction.

6. Probability mathematics and simulation.

6.1. Probability Distribution Equations.

6.2. The Definition of “Probability”.

6.3. Probability Rules.

6.4. Statistical Measures.

7. Building and running a model.

7.1. Model Design and Scope.

7.2. Building Models that are Easy to Check and Modify.

7.3. Building Models that are Efficient.

7.4. Most Common Modelling Errors.

8. Some basic random processes.

8.1. Introduction.

8.2. The Binomial Process.

8.3. The Poisson Process.

8.4. The Hypergeometric Process.

8.5. Central Limit Theorem.

8.6. Renewal Processes.

8.7. Mixture Distributions.

8.8. Martingales.

8.9. Miscellaneous Example.

9. Data and statistics.

9.1. Classical Statistics.

9.2. Bayesian Inference.

9.3. The Bootstrap.

9.4. Maximum Entropy Principle.

9.5. Which Technique Should You Use?

9.6. Adding uncertainty in Simple Linear Least-Squares Regression Analysis.

10. Fitting distributions to data.

10.1. Analysing the Properties of the Observed Data.

10.2. Fitting a Non-Parametric Distribution to the Observed Data.

10.3. Fitting a First-Order Parametric Distribution to Observed Data.

10.4. Fitting a Second-Order Parametric Distribution to Observed Data.

11. Sums of random variables.

11.1. The Basic Problem.

11.2. Aggregate Distributions.

12. Forecasting with uncertainty.

12.1. The Properties of a Time Series Forecast.

12.2. Common Financial Time Series Models.

12.3. Autoregressive Models.

12.4. Markov Chain Models.

12.5. Birth and Death Models.

12.6. Time Series Projection of Events Occurring Randomly in Time.

12.7. Time Series Models with Leading Indicators.

12.8. Comparing Forecasting Fits for Different Models.

12.9. Long-Term Forecasting.

13. Modelling correlation and dependencies.

13.1. Introduction.

13.2. Rank Order Correlation.

13.3. Copulas.

13.4. The Envelope Method.

13.5. Multiple Correlation Using a Look-Up Table.

14. Eliciting from expert opinion.

14.1. Introduction.

14.2. Sources of Error in Subjective Estimation.

14.3. Modelling Techniques.

14.4. Calibrating Subject Matter Experts.

14.5. Conducting a Brainstorming Session.

14.6. Conducting the Interview.

15. Testing and modelling causal relationships.

15.1. Campylobacter Example.

15.2. Types of Model to Analyse Data.

15.3. From Risk Factors to Causes.

15.4. Evaluating Evidence.

15.5. The Limits of Causal Arguments.

15.6. An Example of a Qualitative Causal Analysis.

15.7. Is Causal Analysis Essential?

16. Optimisation in risk analysis.

16.1. Introduction.

16.2. Optimisation Methods.

16.3. Risk Analysis Modelling and Optimisation.

16.4. Working Example: Optimal Allocation of Mineral Pots.

17. Checking and validating a model.

17.1. Spreadsheet Model Errors.

17.2. Checking Model Behaviour.

17.3. Comparing Predictions Against Reality.

18. Discounted cashflow modelling.

18.1. Useful Time Series Models of Sales and Market Size.

18.2. Summing Random Variables.

18.3. Summing Variable Margins on Variable Revenues.

18.4. Financial Measures in Risk Analysis.

19. Project risk analysis.

19.1. Cost Risk Analysis.

19.2. Schedule Risk Analysis.

19.3. Portfolios of risks.

19.4. Cascading Risks.

20. Insurance and finance risk analysis modelling.

20.1. Operational Risk Modelling.

20.2. Credit Risk.

20.3. Credit Ratings and Markov Chain Models.

20.4. Other Areas of Financial Risk.

20.5. Measures of Risk.

20.6. Term Life Insurance.

20.7. Accident Insurance.

20.8. Modelling a Correlated Insurance Portfolio.

20.9. Modelling Extremes.

20.10. Premium Calculations.

21. Microbial food safety risk assessment.

21.1. Growth and Attenuation Models.

21.2. Dose–Response Models.

21.3. Is Monte Carlo Simulation the Right Approach?

21.4. Some Model Simplifications.

22. Animal import risk assessment.

22.1. Testing for an Infected Animal.

22.2. Estimating True Prevalence in a Population.

22.3. Importing Problems.

22.4. Confidence of Detecting an Infected Group.

22.5. Miscellaneous Animal Health and Food Safety Problems.

I. Guide for lecturers.

II. About ModelRisk.

III. A compendium of distributions.

III.1. Discrete and Continuous Distributions.

III.2. Bounded and Unbounded Distributions.

III.3. Parametric and Non-Parametric Distributions.

III.4. Univariate and Multivariate Distributions.

III.5. Lists of Applications and the Most Useful Distributions.

III.6. How to Read Probability Distribution Equations.

III.7. The Distributions.

III.8. Introduction to Creating Your Own Distributions.

III.9. Approximation of One Distribution with Another.

III.10. Recursive Formulae for Discrete Distributions.

III.11. A Visual Observation On The Behaviour Of Distributions.

IV. Further reading.

V. Vose Consulting.

References.

Index.


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