Experimental results about the assessments of conditional rank correlations by experts: Example with air pollution estimates

Abstract

Science-based models often involve substantial uncertainty that must be quantified in a defendable way. Shortage of empirical data inevitably requires input from expert judgment. How this uncertainty is best elicited can be critical to a decision process, as differences in efficacy and robustness of the elicitation methods can be substantial. When performed… (More)

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