Managing mathematical modelling by guiding and monitoring

H. Scholten, A.J.M. Beulens

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Abstract

This case study discusses how a knowledge base can be used to solve complex multi-disciplinary problems through a model based approach in the water management sector. We learn how successful execution and completion of multi-disciplinary complex projects can be supported through a knowledge-based system. This system facilitates communication between team members and helps them to report what has been done, formatted for various purposes and audiences
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationReal-Life Knowledge Management: Lessons from the Fields, KnowledgeBoard in cooperation with VTT
EditorsA.S. Kazi, P. Wolf
PublisherTechnical Research Centre Finland
Pages213-232
Number of pages20
ISBN (Print)9789525004724
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Keywords

  • water management
  • models
  • guidelines
  • quality controls
  • water quality
  • watersheds
  • catchment hydrology
  • knowledge
  • mathematical models
  • monitoring

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