. 12 Click on stopping-rule radio button in cyber-risk solver to use data. 42) regarding MESAT-2 stopping rule. 01, using 70% coverage. 00. 1. 1 Vulnerability severity levels based on the NVD/CVSS. 2 (a) CVSS calculator example screenshot entered by the author. (b) NVD calculator example screenshot entered by the author. 0 calculator example screenshot entered by the author.

5. 1 Pedagogue P26 for Goel–Okumoto’s two different input data. 2 Pedagogue P27 for Musa–Okumoto’s two different input data. 1 Frequency distribution of failures per week for data set WD1. 2 Data set WD1: (a) failures per calendar week; (b) Xtot versus time; (c) percentage relative error versus time. 3 Data set WD2: (a) failures per calendar week; (b) Xtot versus time; (c) percentage relative error versus time. 4 Data set WD3: (a) failures per calendar week; (b) Xtot versus time; (c) percentage relative error versus time.

1. 3. 10 Monte Carlo simulation for privacy risk example. 11 Qualitative analysis for the security meter. 12 Hybrid analysis for the security meter. 13 2 × 2 × 2 and 3 × 3 × 2 SM designs to accommodate hybrid input data. 14 (a) Venn diagram for n = 2 for the given example. (b) General Venn diagram for n = 2. 15 Venn diagram for n = 2 for the given example. 16 (a) Specific Venn diagram for the earlier n = 3 disjoint problem. (b) General Venn diagram for n = 3. 17 Specific Venn diagram for n = 3 disjoint problem.

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