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CEE 206: Decision Analysis for Civil and Environmental Engineers

Current challenges in selecting an appropriate site, alternate design, or retrofit strategy based on environmental, economic, and social factors can be best addressed through applications of decision science. Basics of decision theory, including development of decision trees with discrete and continuous random variables, expected value decision making, utility theory value of information, and elementary multi-attribute decision making will be covered in the class. Examples will cover many areas of civil and environmental engineering problems. Prerequisite: CEE 203 or equivalent.
Terms: Win | Units: 3 | Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
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