Sensitivity Analysis Methods and a Biosphere Test Case Implemented in EIKOS

@inproceedings{ennustamiskyky2006SensitivityAM,
  title={Sensitivity Analysis Methods and a Biosphere Test Case Implemented in EIKOS},
  author={joten niiden ennustamiskyky{\"a} and rajoittavat n{\"a}iden and muuttujien arvojen ep{\"a}varmuudet},
  year={2006}
}
  • joten niiden ennustamiskykyä, rajoittavat näiden, muuttujien arvojen epävarmuudet
  • Published 2006
Computer-based models can be used to approximate real life processes. These models are usually based on mathematical equations, which are dependent on several variables. The predictive capability of models is therefore limited by the uncertainty in the value of these. Sensitivity analysis is used to apportion the relative importance each uncertain input parameter has on the output variation. Sensitivity analysis is therefore an essential tool in simulation modelling and for performing risk… CONTINUE READING

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