Approaches to visualisation of uncertainties to decision makers in an operational Decision Support System

  • Raskob W
  • Gering F
  • Bertsch V
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Abstract

Decision making in case of any emergency is associated with uncertainty of input data, model data and changing preferences in the decision making process. Uncertainty handling was from the beginning an integral part of the decision support system RODOS for the off-site emergency management following nuclear or radiological emergencies. What is missing so far is the visualisation of the uncertainties in the results of the model calculations. In this paper we present the first attempt to visualise uncertain information in the early and late phase of the decision making process. For the early phase, the area of sheltering was selected as example. For the later phase, the results of the evaluation subsystem of RODOS were selected being used for the analysis of remediation measures such as agricultural management options. Both attempts are still under discussion but the presentation of the early phase uncertainty will be realised in the next version.

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  • RODOS
  • Uncertainties
  • decision support system
  • visualisation

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  • SGR: 84905585600
  • ISBN: 9789163346040
  • PUI: 373708448
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-84905585600

Authors

  • Wolfgang Raskob

  • Florian Gering

  • Valentin Bertsch

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