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In engineering system control, human beings can play various key roles in particular concerning measurement, global assessment and decision. It is recognised that in such complex systems many involved variables are evaluated with uncertainty. In this paper, we used a possibility theory based approach to formalise all the different uncertain pieces of(More)
A computational methodology dedicated to embankment dam performance assessment has been designed and implemented. The model’s inputs are the whole set of available information and data: visual observations, monitoring measurements, calculated data and documents related to design and construction processes. Firstly, a formal grid is proposed to structure the(More)
Much is known about dam design, construction and failure and degradation modes, though the information is scattered and sometimes lacks clarity. Consequently, it is interesting to develop tools that allow gathering, capitalizing and making explicit current and future information. These tools can be learning or documentation support systems. In this article,(More)
In engineering system control, human beings can play various key roles, in particular concerning measurement, global assessment and decision. This paper focuses on methods that allow the representation and aggregation of heterogeneous data (sensory evaluations, physical measurements, outputs of mathematical models, etc.) used in a global dam assessment(More)
Forecasting dam behaviour is of paramount importance to avoid collapses. It consists of detecting and controlling deterioration mechanisms. This paper sets out to propose a multi model methodology to model complex dynamic systems, such as dams. It defines three models based on expert knowledge: a structural model, a functional model and a behavioural model.(More)
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