A Three Stages to Implement Barriers in Bayesian-Based Bow Tie Diagram
The preventive and protective barriers in Bow tie diagrams are often defined by experts that ignore the real aspect of the system. Thus implementing barriers in Bow tie diagrams in automatic way remains a real challenge. This paper proposes a new approach to implement preventive and protective barriers. This approach is based on the multi-objective influence diagrams which are a graphical model to solve decision problems with multiple objectives.
KeywordsBow tie diagram Preventive barriers Protective barriers Multi-objective influence diagrams
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