Using cognitive mapping to elicit modelling requirements: An overview
Water management arises in the context of social systems where human perceptions form the basis for problem definition. Actors construct various cognitive interpretations of the problem causes, and therefore, preferred solutions and responsibility attribution. Differences in interpretations may lead to conflicts, ambiguity, policy controversies and partial solutions. Thus, it is essential to share and align different interpretations as a way towards the design of integrated strategies that...[Show more]
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