His primary areas of study are Geotechnical engineering, Slope stability, Statistics, Spatial variability and Applied mathematics. His Geotechnical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soil water, Bayesian probability and Marginal distribution. Dian-Qing Li has researched Slope stability in several fields, including Slip, Subset simulation and Monte Carlo method.
His research in Probability distribution and Copula are components of Statistics. His work deals with themes such as Reliability and Random field, which intersect with Spatial variability. His research in Applied mathematics intersects with topics in Bivariate analysis, Mathematical optimization and Finite element method.
Dian-Qing Li spends much of his time researching Geotechnical engineering, Reliability, Probabilistic logic, Monte Carlo method and Statistics. His Geotechnical engineering research includes elements of Characterization, Soil water and Spatial variability. His Reliability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Pile, Structural engineering, Reliability engineering and Random variable.
His study on Subset simulation is often connected to Variable as part of broader study in Monte Carlo method. In his study, Mathematical optimization is strongly linked to Applied mathematics, which falls under the umbrella field of Statistics. His research integrates issues of Slip and Finite element method in his study of Slope stability.
Geotechnical engineering, Multivariate statistics, Spatial variability, Probabilistic logic and Vine copula are his primary areas of study. His biological study deals with issues like Soil water, which deal with fields such as Slip. His work in Spatial variability covers topics such as Soil science which are related to areas like Strength reduction and Cohesion.
In the field of Probabilistic logic, his study on Probabilistic method overlaps with subjects such as Transformation. His Vine copula research incorporates elements of Correlation coefficient and Random field. Dian-Qing Li interconnects Reliability and Algorithm in the investigation of issues within Finite element method.
Dian-Qing Li mostly deals with Spatial variability, Slope failure, Monte Carlo method, Joint probability distribution and Mechanics. He combines subjects such as Finite element study, Soil science and Strength reduction with his study of Spatial variability. Slope stability covers Dian-Qing Li research in Slope failure.
His Monte Carlo method research includes themes of Porosity, Thermal conductivity and Numerical analysis. Dian-Qing Li works mostly in the field of Joint probability distribution, limiting it down to topics relating to Probabilistic logic and, in certain cases, Statistical physics, as a part of the same area of interest. His Statistical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Discrete element method and Random field.
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Stochastic response surface method for reliability analysis of rock slopes involving correlated non-normal variables
Dianqing Li;Yifeng Chen;Wenbo Lu;Chuangbing Zhou.
Computers and Geotechnics (2011)
A multiple response-surface method for slope reliability analysis considering spatial variability of soil properties
Dian-Qing Li;Shui-Hua Jiang;Shui-Hua Jiang;Zi-Jun Cao;Wei Zhou.
Engineering Geology (2015)
Slope reliability analysis considering spatially variable shear strength parameters using a non-intrusive stochastic finite element method
Shui-Hua Jiang;Dian-Qing Li;Li-Min Zhang;Chuang-Bing Zhou.
Engineering Geology (2014)
Efficient System Reliability Analysis of Slope Stability in Spatially Variable Soils Using Monte Carlo Simulation
Shui-Hua Jiang;Dian-Qing Li;Zi-Jun Cao;Chuang-Bing Zhou.
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2015)
Bayesian perspective on geotechnical variability and site characterization
Yu Wang;Zijun Cao;Dianqing Li.
Engineering Geology (2016)
Effect of spatially variable shear strength parameters with linearly increasing mean trend on reliability of infinite slopes
Dian Qing Li;Xiao Hui Qi;Kok Kwang Phoon;Li Min Zhang.
Structural Safety (2014)
Response surface methods for slope reliability analysis: Review and comparison
Dian-Qing Li;Dong Zheng;Zi-Jun Cao;Xiao-Song Tang.
Engineering Geology (2016)
Enhancement of random finite element method in reliability analysis and risk assessment of soil slopes using Subset Simulation
Dian-Qing Li;Te Xiao;Zi-Jun Cao;Zi-Jun Cao;Chuang-Bing Zhou.
Impact of copula selection on geotechnical reliability under incomplete probability information
Xiao-Song Tang;Dian-Qing Li;Guan Rong;Kok-Kwang Phoon.
Computers and Geotechnics (2013)
Copula-based approaches for evaluating slope reliability under incomplete probability information
Xiao-Song Tang;Dian-Qing Li;Chuang-Bing Zhou;Chuang-Bing Zhou;Kok-Kwang Phoon.
Structural Safety (2015)
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Computers and Geotechnics
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