Computer-supported Robust Decisionmaking


Robust decision making (RDM) is an analytic framework that helps identify potential robust strategies, characterize the vulnerabilities of such strategies, and evaluate trade-offs among them. RDM is being used at RAND to to help decisionmakers in areas such as water resources planning, energy, and coastal resilience — areas often plagued with "deep uncertainty," in which stakeholders do not know or agree on the relationships among actions, consequences, and probabilities.

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