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Record number 356386
Title Quality Assurance of the modelling process
Author(s) Refsgaard, J.C.; Højberg, A.L.; Henriksen, H.J.; Scholten, H.; Kassahun, A.; Packman, J.C.; Old, G.H.
Source In: Proceedings of the XXIV Nordic Hydrological Conference 2006, Experiences and Challenges in Implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive, NHP Report No. 49. - Vingsted, Denmark : - p. 716 - 723.
Event Vingsted, Denmark : The XXIV Nordic Hydrological Conference 2006, 2006-08-06/2006-08-09
Department(s) Information Technology
MGS
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2006
Keyword(s) waterbeheer - modellen - kwaliteitscontroles - kennis - richtlijnen (guidelines) - hydrologie van stroomgebieden - stroomgebieden - monitoring - water management - models - quality controls - knowledge - guidelines - catchment hydrology - watersheds - monitoring
Categories Water Management (General)
Abstract The present paper briefly describes a new modelling support tool (MoST) aimed at facilitating better quality assurance of the modelling process. MoST comprises a Knowledge Base with guidelines on good modelling practise for seven scientific domains. It supports multi-domain modelling and working in teams of different user types (water managers, modellers, auditors/reviewers, stakeholders and members of the public). The key functionality of MoST is to: (a) Guide to ensure that a model has been properly applied; (b) Monitor to record decisions, methods and data used in the modelling work and in this way enable transparency and reproducibility of the modelling process; (c) Report to provide suitable reports on what has been done by the various actors. MoST has been developed under the HarmoniQuA project (www.HarmoniQuA.org)
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