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Type of publication:Inproceedings
Entered by:NW
Title
Bibtex cite IDbnaic2010-iscram2010
Booktitle Proceedings of the 22nd Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence (BNAIC 2010)
Year published 2010
Note Extended abstract of ISCRAM2010 paper.
Keywords scenario-based reasoning,multi-criteria decision analysis
Abstract
This paper appeared at the ISCRAM 2010 [3] and presents an intelligent system facilitating better in- formed decision making under severe uncertainty, as often found in emergency management. The construction of decision-relevant scenarios, being plausible descriptions of a situation and its future development, is used as a rationale for collecting, organizing, filtering and processing information for decision making. The development of scenarios is geared to assessing decision alternatives, thus avoiding time-consuming analysis and processing of irrelevant information. The scenarios are constructed in a distributed setting allowing for a flexible adaptation of reasoning (prin- ciples and processes) to the problem at hand and the information available. Each decision can be founded on a coherent set of scenarios, which was constructed using the best expertise available within a limited timeframe. Our theoretical framework is demonstrated in a distributed decision support system by orchestrating both automated systems and human experts into workflows tailored to each specific problem.
Authors
Comes, Tina
Conrado, Claudine
Hiete, Michael
Kamermans, Michiel
Pavlin, Gregor
Wijngaards, Niek
Schultmann, Frank
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comesetal_extabstr_iscram2010_versionCR_04_final.pdf (main file)
 
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