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A unified approach to clinical decision-making is presented. This combines partially observable Markovian decision processes (Markov or semi-Markov) with cause-effect models as a probabilistic representation of the diagnostic process. Pattern recognition techniques are used in a first stage of system state identification. This new class of dynamic models… (More)
In order to manage risks, emergency planning and preparedness procedures are currently in use. The advent of Information Technology (IT) in the field of emergency management opened vast possibilities for the development of Integrated Decision Support Systems (IDSS). They are designed to perform calculations, make risk representation, fully interact with… (More)
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Setting as central theme the response of stakeholders to the challenges and offers of Risk Analysis, the paper proposes an approach meant to facilitate risk communication: mapping risk from the hazards perspective--that is, emphasizing the consequence-related factor in the standard risk representations. A working demonstration is presented to illustrate the… (More)