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How Sing Sii, HS Sii
How Sing Sii, HS Sii
university of Technology Sarawak
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Belief rule-base inference methodology using the evidential reasoning approach-RIMER
JB Yang, J Liu, J Wang, HS Sii, HW Wang
IEEE Transactions on systems, Man, and Cybernetics-part A: Systems and …, 2006
7332006
A fuzzy-logic-based approach to qualitative safety modelling for marine systems
HS Sii, T Ruxton, J Wang
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 73 (1), 19-34, 2001
2382001
Fuzzy rule-based evidential reasoning approach for safety analysis
J Liu, JB Yang, J Wang, HS SIIķ, YM Wang
International Journal of General Systems 33 (2-3), 183-204, 2004
1532004
Engineering system safety analysis and synthesis using the fuzzy rule‐based evidential reasoning approach
J Liu, JB Yang, J Wang, HS Sii
Quality and Reliability Engineering International 21 (4), 387-411, 2005
1202005
Use of advances in technology for maritime risk assessment
J Wang, HS Sii, JB Yang, A Pillay, D Yu, J Liu, E Maistralis, A Saajedi
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 24 (4), 1041-1063, 2004
892004
Review of uncertainty reasoning approaches as guidance for maritime and offshore safety-based assessment
J Liu, JB Yang, J Wang, HS Sii
Safety and Reliability 23 (1), 63-80, 2002
672002
Novel risk assessment techniques for maritime safety management system
H Sing Sii, J Wang, T Ruxton
International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management 18 (9), 982-1000, 2001
472001
A design—decision support framework for evaluation of design options/proposals using a composite structure methodology based on the approximate reasoning approach and the …
HS Sii, J Wang
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of …, 2003
402003
An offshore safety assessment framework using fuzzy reasoning and evidential synthesis approaches
J Ren, I Jenkinson, HS Sii, J Wang, L Xu, JB Yang
Journal of Marine Engineering & Technology 4 (1), 3-16, 2005
342005
Taguchi concepts and their applications in marine and offshore safety studies
HS Sii, T Ruxton, J Wang
Journal of Engineering Design 12 (4), 331-358, 2001
292001
Synthesis using fuzzy set theory and a Dempster—Shafer-based approach to compromise decision-making with multiple-attributes applied to risk control options selection
HS Sii, T Ruxton, J Wang
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of …, 2002
272002
Use of fuzzy logic approaches to safety assessment in maritime engineering applications
HS Sii, J Wang, T Ruxton, JB Yang, J Liu
Journal of Marine Engineering & Technology 3 (2), 45-58, 2004
262004
Safety assessment of FPSOs—The process of modelling system safety and case studies
HS Sii, J Wang
Report of the Project—The Application of Approximate Reasoning …, 2002
212002
Use of advances in technology in marine risk assessment
J Yang, J Wang, H Sii, A Pillay, A Saajedi, S Kim
Risk Analysis 24 (4), 1011-1033, 2004
192004
Microwave co-torrefaction of waste oil and biomass pellets for simultaneous recovery of waste and co-firing fuel
PNY Yek, X Chen, W Peng, RK Liew, CK Cheng, C Sonne, HS Sii, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 152, 111699, 2021
182021
A statistical review of the risk associated with offshore support vessel/platform encounters in UK waters
H Sing Sii, J Wang, T Ruxton
Journal of Risk Research 6 (2), 163-177, 2003
182003
Safety assessment of FPSO turret-mooring system using approximate reasoning and evidential reasoning
HS Sii, J Wang, AG Eleye-Datubo, JB Yang, J Liu
Marine technology and SNAME news 42 (02), 88-102, 2005
172005
Novel risk assessment and decision support techniques for safety management systems
HS Sii, T Ruxton, J Wang
Journal of Marine Engineering & Technology 1 (1), 15-27, 2002
162002
Marine and offshore safety assessment
HS Sii, T Ruxton, J Wang
Safety and Reliability 21 (2), 120-123, 2001
162001
A fuzzy-logic-based approach to subjective safety modelling for maritime products
HS Sii, J Wang, T Ruxton
Safety and Reliability 21 (2), 65-78, 2001
152001
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