EFFICIENT QUANTITATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT OF JUMP PROCESSES: IMPLICATIONS FOR FOOD SAFETY

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Nganje, William E.;
(1999)
  • Subject: Food safety, efficient regulation, quantitative risk assessment, Poisson jump processes, value of risk reduction, Food Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety,

This paper develops a dynamic framework for efficient quantitative risk assessment from the simplest general risk, combining three parameters (contamination, exposure, and dose response) in a Kataoka safety-first model and a Poisson probability representing the uncertai... View more
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