Whitman with ANCOLD and RIskopes’ acceptability curves

Whitman with ANCOLD and RIskopes’ acceptability curves

Sep 5th, 2011

Comparison of the various curves, i.e.: Whitman (upper and lower), Ancold (upper and lower), 2011 Riskope's update, constant risk.

The orange couloured threshold corresponds to a theoretical constant-risk tolerability (meaning that the product between the number of casulaties and the probability is constant, in this case equal to one). This threshold is remarkably parallel, although slightly converging for higher casualties events to the updated acceptability threshold (in black), showing that G8 societal perception leads to lower acceptability than constant risk for larger events.

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