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METHODOLOGY FOR THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF "DOSE - COST - BENEFIT" FOR THE TWO OPTIONS "EARLY" DISMANTLING OF UNSTABLE STRUCTURES OF THE "UKRYTTYA" OBJECT
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Category: Number 24
Publication: 24
Summary

In this paper, we consider the construction methodology for the comparative analysis of "dose - cost - benefit" for the two options "early" dismantling of unstable structures of the "Ukryttya" object based on multi-criteria analysis, and expert assessments.

Keywords: methods of analysis "dose - cost - benefit", unstable structures, multi-criteria analysis, expert evaluation, new safe confinement, the "Ukryttya" object.

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