An advanced risk analysis approach for container port safety evaluation

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Alyami, H ; Lee, PT-W ; Yang, Z ; Riahi, R ; Bonsall, S ; Wang, J

Risk analysis in seaports plays an increasingly important role in ensuring port operation reliability, maritime transportation safety and supply chain distribution resilience. However, the task is not straightforward given the challenges, including that port safety is a... View more
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