Criteria for evaluating model deficiency for groundwater models and the effects of eliminating deficient models on multi-model analysis using AICC, KIC, AIC, and BIC
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Multi-model analysis (MMA) considers multiple model interpretations of a system. MMA provides a more realistic assessment of uncertainty associated with model predictions because both uncertainty of individual models and uncertainty associated with different model structures are considered. Models are evaluated for the strength of evidence that they represent an unknown system using different Information Criteria (IC) equations. IC equations are designed to assess the likelihood that a model in a set of models represents the true but unknown system. IC equations do not include a component which ...
Schenk, Judith A.;
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