Difference between revisions of "Intarese framework"

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;Intarese framework: The INTARESE framework comprises all relevant aspects and builds on all relevant methods to provide guidance for a comprehensive and integrated risk/impact assessment. It recognised the concept of the DPSIR, DPSEEA and MEME frameworks but provides a more flexible and comprehensive framework. The key [[:en:Attribute | attributes]] are:
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;Intarese framework: The INTARESE framework comprises all relevant aspects and builds on all relevant methods to provide guidance for a comprehensive and integrated risk/impact assessment. It recognised the concept of the DPSIR, DPSEEA and MEME frameworks but provides a more flexible and comprehensive framework. The key [[Attribute | attributes]] are:
 
:* the full chain approach, including variables and causal relationships linking the different steps in the chain from source to impact
 
:* the full chain approach, including variables and causal relationships linking the different steps in the chain from source to impact
 
:* the logical process of assessment (steps involved in the execution of the assessment, tasks and responsibilities of the parties involved)
 
:* the logical process of assessment (steps involved in the execution of the assessment, tasks and responsibilities of the parties involved)
 
:* information input and models (data input and processing, applying models, transforming intermediate variables into meaningful indicators and summary indices)
 
:* information input and models (data input and processing, applying models, transforming intermediate variables into meaningful indicators and summary indices)
 
:* appraisal of the information from multiple perspectives
 
:* appraisal of the information from multiple perspectives

Revision as of 05:11, 18 February 2008

Intarese framework
The INTARESE framework comprises all relevant aspects and builds on all relevant methods to provide guidance for a comprehensive and integrated risk/impact assessment. It recognised the concept of the DPSIR, DPSEEA and MEME frameworks but provides a more flexible and comprehensive framework. The key attributes are:
  • the full chain approach, including variables and causal relationships linking the different steps in the chain from source to impact
  • the logical process of assessment (steps involved in the execution of the assessment, tasks and responsibilities of the parties involved)
  • information input and models (data input and processing, applying models, transforming intermediate variables into meaningful indicators and summary indices)
  • appraisal of the information from multiple perspectives