Sean Bernath Walker

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Within the Graph Model for Conflict Resolution, a formal model for attitudes of decision makers is applied to the study of brownfield redevelopment projects. The formation of coalitions is examined in conjunction with attitudes, to illustrate what opportunities for cooperation exist within brownfield redevelopment. Combining attitudes and coalition(More)
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  • Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service
  • 2005
The Defence Medical Library Service (DMLS) supports the clinical practice and career development of military health professionals across the world. Clinical governance and the need for medical knowledge to be evidence-based means the DMLS has a central role to play in support of defence medicine. The DMLS is important for enabling health professionals to(More)
A formal conflict methodology is applied to the practical negotiation of a petroleum brownfield transaction to illustrate the usefulness of this novel theoretical development and the inherent need for cooperation and coalition movements in brownfield negotiations. The Graph Model for Conflict Resolution (GMCR), a flexible formal conflict model, and(More)
Systems tools for analyzing the impact of stakeholder attitudes under conflict are utilized to examine the decision of the University of Waterloo to build its new school of pharmacy on a brownfield property in downtown Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. The redevelopment of brownfield properties often has tremendous environmental impacts due to the remediation of(More)
The hostilities brought about in 2010 due to the exchange of fire between The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the Republic of Korea (ROK) are evaluated using a systems analysis technique for analyzing the impact of attitudes upon conflict resolution. Keywords-Korean Conflict, attitudes, Graph Model for Conflict Resolution, sanctioning
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