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**Whitman, R. V.; Vanmarcke, E. H.; Reed, J. W.; Kausel, E. B.**

Alaskan Earthquake (1964) Tall Building Damage Review, Optimum Seismic Protection for New Building Construction in Eastern Metropolitan Areas.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., July 1972, 11 p.

Identifying Number(s): INTERNAL STUDY-11

Keywords:**Ground motion; Buildings; Damage assessment; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Seismic design; Earthquakes; Anchorage (Alaska); Probability theory; Earth movements; Alaska; Tall buildings****Ackroyd, M. H.**

Preliminary Dollar Estimates of Incident Losses, Optimum Seismic Protection for New Building Construction in Eastern Metropolitan Areas.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., April 1973, 20 p.

Identifying Number(s): INTERNAL STUDY-36

Keywords:**Buildings; Damage assessment; Earthquake engineering; Boston (Massachusetts); Earthquake resistant structures; Seismic design; Earthquakes; Construction costs; Cost estimates; Massachusetts; Casualties; Tall buildings; Cost analysis; Seismic risk****Whitman, R. V.**

Risk-Based Seismic Design Criteria for Lifelines, Seismic Design Decision Analysis.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., November 1973, 34 p.

Identifying Number(s): INTERNAL STUDY-37

Keywords:**Buildings; Risk; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Risk analysis; Seismic design; Earthquakes; Structural design; Benefit cost analysis; Decision theory; Seismic risk****Vanmarcke, E. H.; Reed, J. W.; Roth, D. A.**

Optimum Seismic Protection for New Building Construction in Eastern Metropolitan Area. Evaluation of Expected Losses and Total Present Cost: Preliminary Sensitivity Analysis, Internal Study Report Number 10.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., July 1972, 40 p.

Keywords:**Damage; Sensitivity analysis; Buildings; Computer programs; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Seismic design; Construction costs; Probability theory; Design standards; Cost analysis****Bhatti, M. A.**

Optimal Design of Localized Nonlinear Systems with Dual Performance Criteria Under Earthquake Excitations.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., July 1979, 110 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-79/15

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Computer programming; Ground motion; Nonlinear programming; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Seismic design; Algorithms; Nonlinear systems; Minimax technique; Computer aided design; Dynamic structural analysis****Schumacker, B.; Whitman, R. V.**

Models of Threshold Exceedance and Loss Computations of Non-Homogeneous, Spatially Distributed Facilities. Seismic Design Decision Analysis Report No. 30.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., March 1977, 125 p.

Identifying Number(s): R77-9

Keywords:**Dynamic structural analysis; Risk; Earthquake resistant structures; Earthquake engineering; Boston (Massachusetts); Risk analysis; Seismic design; Death; Massachusetts; Mathematical models; Cost analysis; Seismic risk****Hegemier, G. A.; Arya, S. K.; Nunn, R. O.; Miller, M. E.; Anvar, A.**

A Major Study of Concrete Masonry Under Seismic-Type Loading. Earthquake Response and Damage Prediction of Reinforced Concrete Masonry Multistory Buildings.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., January 1978, 123 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCSD/AMES/TR-77/002

Keywords:**Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Masonry; Seismic design; Earthquakes; Shear properties; Concrete construction; Biaxial stresses; Dynamic structural analysis****Veneziano, D.**

Probabilistic and Statistical Models for Seismic Risk Analysis.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Research Applied to National Needs., July 1975, 156 p.

Identifying Number(s): MIT-CE-R75-34

Keywords:**Ground motion; Buildings; Risk; Earthquake engineering; Damage assessment; Earthquake resistant structures; Seismic design; Seismic design decision analysis; Earthquakes; Probability theory; Earth movements; Nuclear power plants; Massachusetts; Seismic risk**