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Ranking effective risks on human resources threats in natural gas supply projects using ANP-COPRAS method: Case study of Shiraz. / Balali, Amirhossein; Valipour, Alireza; Edwards, Rodger; Moehler, Robert.

In: Reliability Engineering and System Safety, Vol. 208, No. C, 107442, 01.04.2021.

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Balali, Amirhossein ; Valipour, Alireza ; Edwards, Rodger ; Moehler, Robert. / Ranking effective risks on human resources threats in natural gas supply projects using ANP-COPRAS method: Case study of Shiraz. In: Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 2021 ; Vol. 208, No. C.

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