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Title : IDENTIFYING SENSITIVITY THRESHOLDS IN ENVIRONMENTAL MODELS: WHEN DOES A MODEL BECOME INSENSITIVE TO CHANGE?
Company : Michigan State University
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Date : 29-May-2010
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Mark H. DeVisser

Sensitivity of environmental models to changes in variable parameters can be measured in a variety of ways. One simple, yet effect way to judge model sensitivity is to calculate a sensitivity index (Hamby, 1994). Standard sensitivity indices compare the standardized percent change in a parameter threshold of interest and the model's state variable from the default model to an altered model run, resulting in a normalized dimensionless index value (Lenhart et al., 2002; Millington et al., 2009).
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