An Application of Dempster-Shafer Theory to Hydraulic Conductivity

Bree Druschel, Metin Ozbek, George Pinder & Bree Druschel
While uncertainty is an integral part of the mathematical representation of the environment, behavior forecasting requires the use of mathematical models that require the specification of physically based parameters descriptive of the environment. In subsurface hydrology, for example, the hydraulic conductivity (a measure of soil permeability) must be specified in equations descriptive of groundwater flow. Traditionally probability is used to characterize uncertainty in hydraulic conductivity (K). It seeks to describe uncertainty arising from a lack...
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