Uncertainty analysis, Advanced Statistics

Uncertainty analysis is the process for assessing the variability in the outcome variable that is due to the uncertainty in estimating the values of input parameters. A sensitivity examination can extend an uncertainty analysis by identifying which input parameters are essential in contributing to the prediction imprecision of outcome variable. As a result a sensitivity analysis quantifies how changes in values of the input parameters change the value of the resulting variable.

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