FERUM; Finite Element Reliability Using Matlab. With time FERUM has grown to also serve as a test-bed for development and visualization of new methods and solution strategies in structural reliability and for implementation of these methods in larger codes, such as OpenSees. An open-source development strategy has been used, welcoming other researchers to connect to, make use of the program and contribute to it. This has proved successful. Significant contributions have been provided by others (see the program overview and table of contributors). FERUM is now well known in the structural reliability community and is used in many universities as a teaching and research tool.

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