Key concepts Scenario Analysis

Bottleneck severity

The bottleneck severity is the relative importance of any given bottleneck as a constraining factor of effective coverage. In EQUIST, the severity of a bottleneck is measured as the relative (%) drop between two consecutive coverage determinants.

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