Numerical Simulation of Tidal Currents with TELEMAC for Olympic Games ATLANTA '96

Game Model Approach to Multi-Purpose/Multi-Objective Water Resources Related Environmental Protection Project Planning and Management in Developing Nations: A Nigerian Example
The best has not been realised from water resources related environmental protection projects in Nigeria due to problems militating against such projects at the planning, management and...

Multiobjective Optimization of Actively Controlled Structures
A general methodology is presented for the multiobjective optimization of actively controlled structures. The methodology can handle structures involving precise as well as fuzzy data....

Cooperative Game Theory in Water Resources
This paper presents a game theoretic framework for reassessing the operation and management of existing multi-purpose water projects subject to competing and conflicting water uses. Implicit...

A Gaming Analysis of Drought-Coping Policy Options
Eight persons, representing the seven Colorado River Basin state and the Secretary of the Interior, managed a severe, sustained drought in the basin. The drought was portrayed by a simulation...

A Forecasting Model of Gaming Revenues in Clark County, Nevada

The Use of Influence Diagrams in Risk Management Involving Multiple Stakeholders
In this paper, a new methodology is proposed that employs influence diagrams to integrate the issues that arise in risk management and to demonstrate the relationship amoung the stakeholders...

A Profession Peers at Itself
An increasing number of firms are inviting their competitors to come in and survey the way they do business. Peer reviews cover all aspects of a firm's management, from record...

Distributing Regional Services Costs
Regional systems to provide urban services must be designed not only on the basis of cost effectiveness but also with regard to a proper distribution of costs among the participants. The...

Construction Management Game - Deterministic Model
Originally published in Journal of the Construction Engrg. Division, Vol. 95, No. 1, July 1969, pp. 25-38...

Comparison of Tangibles and Intangibles
Three techniques are described for comparing the tangible and intangible costs and benefits involved in environmental and water resources projects. The three techniques are: (1)Engineering...

Game Theory Approach to Design Under Uncertainty
Using some basic concepts from game theory, a framework for the analysis of pollution control investments under uncertainty is developed. Casting the facility designer and nature as the...

Road Construction—Simulation Game for Site Managers
A computer game has been designed primarily for use in management training, and focusses the player's particular attention on the interference between successive processes. The game simulates...

CONSTRUCTO — An Interactive Gaming Environment
It has been difficult within the context of traditional construction engineering programs to convey the realism and dynamism of the construction project environment. CONSTRUCTO is a computerized...

Building Construction Management Game
A computerized project management game has been developed to assist in understanding and teaching the economic and managerial problems of urban building development. In this game, players...

Learning Games: The Transportation Planning Game
This paper reports on the application of learning games to transportation planning as a means of incorporating the human element into an environment characterized by a variety of possible...

Metagame Analysis of Water Resources Conflicts
Metagame analysis is an operations research technique that reconstructs classical game theory on a nonquantitative basis to analyze real world political conflicts. Since water management...

Scheduling Game for Construction Industry Training
The game was developed as an aid to the teaching of network analysis techniques and to emphasize the importance of resource allocation. The teams work on a project which is divided into...

Games for Simulating Urban Development Process
Planners have recently shown interest in urban games as tools for evaluating alternative land use and development strategies. Urban development, characterized by conflicting interests...

Building Construction Games - General Description
This paper proposes the use of computerized heuristic games portraying social, economic, and technological decisions for the education of engineers and planners who are engaged in works...

 

 

 

 

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