This thesis then reviews existing mechanisms for uncertainty management, with an emphasis on emulator methods for building efficient statistical surrogate models. A tool is developed to solve accessibility issues with such methods, by providing a Web-based user interface and backend to ease the process of building and integrating emulators. These tools, plus the processing service framework, are applied to a real case study as part of the UncertWeb project. The usability of the framework is proved with the implementation of aWeb-based workflow for predicting future crop yields in the UK, also demonstrating the abilities of the tools for emulator building and integration. Future directions for the development of the tools are discussed.
|Date of Award||24 Jan 2014|
|Supervisor||Dan Cornford (Supervisor) & Lucy Bastin (Supervisor)|
- Model Web
- uncertainty management
Uncertainty analysis in the Model Web
Jones, R. (Author). 24 Jan 2014
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy