Volume 55, May 2020Coping with uncertainties for improved modelling and decision making in nuclear emergencies. Key results of the CONFIDENCE European research project
|Page(s)||S193 - S196|
|Section||DECISION MAKING UNDER UNCERTAINTIES|
|Published online||29 April 2020|
MCDA stakeholder workshops
Trnava, Slovak Republic
2 WFSR – Wageningen Food Safety Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands
3 KIT – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany
4 RIVM – National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Bilthoven, The Netherlands
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Within the CONFIDENCE project, comprehensive methods have been developed for better support of decision making under uncertain conditions, mainly by use of Multi Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA). While MCDA in general was available for use in the radiological crisis management community, no method of analysing uncertain conditions and supporting robust decision making under these conditions was available. During the CONFIDENCE project, the existing MCDA tool was improved and enhanced to deal with these requirements. For providing solid and reliable decision support for such a situation as a radiological emergency, the evaluation of decision-support tools by the stakeholders and their feedback is important, especially when considering their heterogeneous background caused by e.g. living in different countries. Therefore, several stakeholder panels in different countries were organized to include the end users’ opinions and to assure the usability of the final tool.
Key words: radiological emergency / stakeholder / MCDA / decision support / uncertainty / CONFIDENCE
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