### TABLE VII. m RANDOM VARIABLES USED FOR PROBABILISTIC

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### Table 1. Characteristics of the random variables Random

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"... In PAGE 5: ...C8 design spectrum. The constraints of the pushover analysis step concern maximum interstorey drift limits. More specifically, the maximum interstorey drift that corresponds to the displacements of the 2/50 earthquake should be less than 3%. The type of probability density functions, mean values, and variances of the random parameters are presented in Table1 . The mean value for each geometric variable (i.... ..."

### Table 1. Characteristics of the random variables Random

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### Table 2 Distributions of Random Variable

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"... In PAGE 7: ... Figure 4. Cantilever Beam Distribution parameters for each random variable are described in Table2 . In robust design, the variables to be determined are the mean values (mx1 and mx2) of b and h.... ..."

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### TABLE I RANDOMIZATION PERFORMED TO THE VARIABLES

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### Table 1: Statistical Data of the Random Variables for Example

"... In PAGE 4: ... 2 is calculated. The structural loading is modeled using seven basic variables The statistical properties of the random variables and the corresponding correlation matrix are listed in Table1 and 2, respectively. The comparison results are shown in Table 3.... ..."

### Table 1. Modeling of Uncertainty with Random Variables

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"... In PAGE 2: ...2 2 Modeling of uncertainty within the framework of Multiple Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) using random variables has produced several methods, procedures, and software implementations, as shown on Table1 . Most influential was the work of Charnes and Cooper (1963) which showed the conversion of a linear, weighted sum of Normal (Gaussian) random variables into an equivalent, non-linear, algebraic form devoid of random variables.... ..."

### Table 2: Random variables for the educational experiment

"... In PAGE 7: ... (1997) found the pre-test was essentially independent of the post-test, we ignore it in our analysis. Table2 describes the random variables for student i. CACE .... ..."

### Table 1 . Basic Random Variables for the Example

"... In PAGE 3: ... The yield stress in shear is assumed to be 50% of the tensile yield strength. The basic random variables values for the example are shown in Table1 . The simulation model block is shown in Figure 2.... ..."