Implementation of a Decision Theoretical Framework, A Case Study of the Red River Delta in Vietnam

Karin Hansson, Love Ekenberg, Mats Danielson.

We describe an application and implementation of a decision framework developed for selection of flood management strategies. It concerns developing countries in particular. The framework is developed to provide policy support and advice about water governance to meet demands at national, local, and river basin levels and can be of assistance as a tool for hazard management. The components in this framework are a simulation module interlinked with a decision module. The tool helps to analyse complex decisions that contain large degrees of uncertainty and number of interconnections.

Subjects: 15. Problem Solving; 15.5 Decision Theory

Submitted: Feb 10, 2006


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