MMA: A Computer Code for Multimodel Analysis

@inproceedings{Zheng2010MMAAC,
  title={MMA: A Computer Code for Multimodel Analysis},
  author={Chunmiao Zheng and Ming Ye},
  year={2010}
}
Introduction Groundwater environments are complex and subject to multiple interpretations and mathematical descriptions. This recognition has led to a growing tendency among groundwater modelers to conduct multimodel analysis (MMA), as opposed to model analysis using a single model. MMA includes the following major steps: (1) postulate several alternative models for a site, (2) calibrate the models based on the same dataset, (3) rank these models using various criteria, (4) eliminate some of… CONTINUE READING

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