Addressing the evaluation of EDSS-maintenance
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Daily operation and maintenance tasks are needed to guarantee the correct performance of constructed wetlands. The definition of these activities is a complex task since these actions vary according to the characteristics of each facility. To support the definition of these operation and maintenance protocols an Environmental Decision Support System (EDSS) has been constructed (EDSS-maintenance). The methodology used to develop EDSS-maintenance is based on the following five steps: environmental problem analysis, data and knowledge acquisition, model selection, model implementation and evaluation process. The first four steps have been finished; however, the evaluation process is ongoing. This document presents a new approach for this step: two numerical indices allow (a) verifying the performance of the EDSS-maintenance and (b) validating the compliance of the protocols with the user requirements. Moreover, another index enables an easy revision and improvement of the knowledge bases (problems, causes and actions) and so enhances the decision support system.
CitationTuron, C. [et al.]. Addressing the evaluation of EDSS-maintenance. A: International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software. "Proceedings of the iEMSs 3rd Biennial Meeting,". Burlington, Vermont: 2006, p. 1-4.