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27797 Outlining an ‘Evaluation continuum’: Structuring evaluation methodologies for infrastructure-related decision making tools
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Vasenev, A. and Montoya Morales, A.L. and Ionita, D. (2017) Outlining an ‘Evaluation continuum’: Structuring evaluation methodologies for infrastructure-related decision making tools. In: 2nd EAI International Conference on Smart Grid Inspired Future, 27-28 March 2017, London, United Kingdom. pp. 1-6. Springer Verlag.

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Abstract

Validation of tools to support decisions on infrastructures evolutions should account for the context of their future use. Thus, the role of evaluation constructs is very important, because it identifies the operational context of a power grid. This paper reviews relevant evaluation methods that focus on partnership, collaborative planning, tool-supported collaborative planning, and individual decisions. We propose a structure called ‘Evaluation Continuum’ that embraces the methods. This paper aims to provide readers with a way to account for constructs relevant for validating tools. The outlined ‘Evaluation continuum’ can be used for planning gaming simulations and stakeholder workshops. It can be also useful for devising questionnaires for such sessions.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Paper (Full Paper, Talk)
Research Group:EWI-SCS: Services, Cyber security and Safety
Research Program:CTIT-General
Research Project:IRENE: Improving The Robustness Of Urban Electricity Networks
Uncontrolled Keywords:evaluation, validation, methods, resilience, continuum, infrastructure, decision making, collaboration, smart grid, management.
ID Code:27797
Status:Accepted for publication
Deposited On:09 March 2017
Refereed:Yes
International:Yes
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