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Decision making in a virtual environment : effectiveness of a semi-immersive “ Decision Theater ” in understanding and assessing human-environment interactions

@inproceedings{Edsall2006DecisionMI,
  title={Decision making in a virtual environment : effectiveness of a semi-immersive “ Decision Theater ” in understanding and assessing human-environment interactions},
  author={R. Edsall},
  year={2006}
}
The Decision Theater (DT) at Arizona State University is a multimillion-dollar semiimmersive virtual environment facility purported to help policy makers and the larger community in making decisions about scientific issues and in visualizing output of predictive and scenario-based models. The DT has, like other virtual environments and related technology, generated interest and excitement, and its power is strengthened with evidence of its utility for the facilitation of scientific inquiry. We… Expand
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