A manifesto for the equifinality thesis

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The reasons for the incompleteness of traditional calibration methods are discussed. and equifinality concepts) – discouraged by statisticians and statistical hydrologists • Mids - Used Monte Carlo in continuous simulation for flood frequency estimation • Beven, A manifesto for the equifinality thesis ( WoS citations).

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This essay discusses some of the issues involved in the identification and predictions of hydrological models given some calibration data. The reasons for the incompleteness of traditional calibration methods are discussed.

A Manifesto for the Equifinality Thesis.

The argument is made that the potential for multiple acceptable models as. Request PDF on ResearchGate | A Manifesto for the Equifinality Thesis | This essay discusses some of the issues involved in the identification and predictions.

equifinality thesis) should be given more serious consideration than hitherto. It proposes some techniques for an extended GLUE methodology to make it more rigorous and outlines some of the research .

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