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It provides the philosophy underlying these models, detailed instructions for model construction, and also key examples of modeling applications. The authors bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in training state and local policy makers in how to interpret the output of policy models, how to assess local issues, analyze options, and develop new models that. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
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This work combines qualitative text analysis, participatory modeling with Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCM) with Exploratory Modelling and Analysis (EMA). FCM is suitable for modeling in data-poor environments when the system under study is not well described in quantitative terms. A case in point is safety culture, which describes the values, routines, and work processes that allow an organization to prevent disasters by avoiding and quickly bouncing back from mistakes. This finding is intriguing, since it is the scientists who are often claimed to pursue scrutiny in data- intense, comprehensive and detailed models and to ignore the social and institutional complexities of decision problems. Also, the call for using small and exploratory models to support policy analysis instead of large and consolidative ones 39 is not decision- makers' demand, according to most survey respondents.
Cluster analysis is the increasingly important and practical subject of finding groupings in data. The authors set out to write a book for the user who does not necessarily have an extensive background in mathematics. They succeed very well. Finding Groups in Data a clear, readable, and interesting presentation of a small number of clustering methods. In addition, the book introduced some interesting innovations of applied value to clustering literature. An introduction to the practical application of cluster analysis, this text presents a selection of methods that together can deal with most applications. These methods are chosen for their robustness, consistency, and general applicability. This book discusses various types of data, including interval-scaled and binary variables as well as similarity data, and explains how these can be transformed prior to clustering.
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4172). This paper describes several incunabular assumptions that impose upon early digital libraries the limitations drawn from print, and argues for a design strategy aimed at providing customization and personalization services that go beyond the limiting models of print distribution, based on services and experiments developed for the Greco-Roman collections in the Perseus Digital Library
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The book then evaluates three different policy scenarios using each of these two models. The performance of REEPS and ORNL, as well as other dimensions of model projections, is examined. The implications regarding 1) policy analysis and 2) the use of micro simulation models are noted. The book then presents a table that summarizes the results of the comparative model evaluation. Energy policymakers, city and local government planning officials, development engineers, and environmentalists will find this book very relevant. Chapter II. Approaches to Energy Use Modeling. 1. Issues in Simulation Model Design. 2. The Problem of Modeling Residential Energy Consumption. Chapter III. Residential Energy Demand Simulation Models.