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Environmental decision support systems (EDSS) development - Challenges and best practices
Despite the perceived value of DSS in informing environmental and natural resource management, DSS tools often fail to be adopted by intended end users. By drawing together the experience of a globalExpand
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Quality assurance in model based water management - review of existing practice and outline of new approaches
Quality assurance (QA) is defined as protocols and guidelines to support the proper application of models. In the water management context we classify QA guidelines according to how much focus is putExpand
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A methodology to support multidisciplinary model-based water management
Quality assurance in model based water management is needed because of some frequently perceived shortcomings, e.g. a lack of mutual understanding between modelling team members, malpractice and aExpand
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Integrated Modelling Frameworks for Environmental Assessment and Decision Support
Modern management of environmental resources defines problems from a holistic and integrated perspective, imposing strong requirements to Environmental Decision Support Systems (EDSSs) and IntegratedExpand
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Perceived effectiveness of environmental decision support systems in participatory planning: Evidence from small groups of end-users
The challenges associated with evaluating the effectiveness of environmental decision support systems (EDSS) based on the perceptions of only a small sample of end-users are well understood. AlthoughExpand
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Realizing chain-wide transparency in meat supply chains based on global standards and a reference architecture
A reference architecture for chain-wide transparency systems is presented.Concrete architectures that provide different transparency levels are discussed.A systematic approach for deriving concreteExpand
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Towards a service-oriented e-infrastructure for multidisciplinary environmental research
Research e-infrastructures are considered to have generic and thematic parts. The generic part provids high-speed networks, grid (large-scale distributed computing) and database systems (digitalExpand
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Architecture Viewpoint for Modeling Business Collaboration Concerns using Workflow Patterns
Businesses today rarely operate in isolation but must collaborate with others in a coordinated fashion. To address collaboration concerns, business analysts need to design business processes.Expand
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A reference architecture for Farm Software Ecosystems
Display Omitted We mould the concept Software Ecosystems to the agricultural domain.We propose a reference architecture for Farm Software Ecosystems.Our reference architecture describes anExpand
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Enabling chain-wide transparency in meat supply chains based on the EPCIS global standard and cloud-based services
We presented the current state of chain-wide transparency in meat supply chains.We identified architectural requirements for future transparency systems.Based on the requirements we designed aExpand
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