Mapping expert uncertainties or confidence level in mining risk prevention plans

Abstract : Mining Risk Prevention Plans have been developed in France in order to deal with "Post-Mining" issues in a rapid and operational way. This inevitably implies that the final result of those risk analyses might contain a significant part of uncertainty. The study presented herein introduces a framework and some tools that allow experts to express the confidence they have in their evaluation and raise the main difficulties they face in their daily work.
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Maxime Cauvin, Thierry Verdel, Romuald Salmon, Christophe Didier. Mapping expert uncertainties or confidence level in mining risk prevention plans. ECI Conference on geohazards 2006, Jun 2006, Lillehammer, Norway. pp.NC. ⟨ineris-00972543⟩

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