`category.vulnerability.complex`

This table contains information at the level of the categories of vulnerability. It provides additional information regarding the actions for which the value of i.action or p.action in category.vulnerability is “complex”. More specifically, it indicates the value taken by i.action or p.action depending on the water depth and flood duration. In this table, there is at least one row by couple of category of vulnerability and action. A couple of category of vulnerability and action can be associated to more than one row if p.action or i.action can take several strictly positive values for a same water depth, depending on the submersion duration (for instance, if p.action is 0.5 for water depths between 10 and 50 cm and flood durations below 48 h, and 0.9 for the same water depths and flood durations higher than 48 h). If p.action or i.action can at most take one strictly positive value for each water depth, no matter the submersion duration, the couple of category of vulnerability and action is associated to only one row. For each row, the following characteristics are given:

**category.vulnerability**: identification of the category of elementary components concerned by the action;**action**: identification (name) of the action;**type**: indicates the field of the category.vulnerability table which takes the value “complex”. It can be either “i.action” or “p.action”;**version**: version in which the action has been defined;**h.min**: min water depth for which the probability that the action needs to be done is strictly positive. If h.min is \(-\infty\), the probability that the action needs to be done is strictly positive for all water depths below h.max;**h.max**: max water depth for which the probability that the action needs to be done is strictly positive. If h.max is \(+\infty\), the probability that the action needs to be done is strictly positive for all water depths over h.min;**d.min**: min submersion duration for which the probability that the action needs to be done is strictly positive. If d.min is \(-\infty\), the probability that the action needs to be done is strictly positive for all water depths below d.max;**d.max**: max submersion duration for which the probability that the action needs to be done is strictly positive. If d.max is \(+\infty\), the probability that the action needs to be done is strictly positive for all water depths over d.min;**h.XXX**: value taken by the variable in**type**for a water depth of XXX cm and a submersion duration between d.min and d.max.