A Bayesian Decision Network Engine for Internet-Based Stakeholder Decision-Making

@inproceedings{Ames2001ABD,
  title={A Bayesian Decision Network Engine for Internet-Based Stakeholder Decision-Making},
  author={Daniel P. Ames and Bethany T. Neilson},
  year={2001}
}
In this paper, we present an Internet-based, Bayesian Decision Network engine to aid watershed stakeholders in collaborative decision-making. Recent years have seen an increased emphasis on including all affected parties in the process of making water resources and water quality management decisions (as in the TMDL program). Given the complexity of the models and data analysis tools that are typically employed by engineers and scientists in watershed studies, meaningful communication with… CONTINUE READING

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