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Knowledge Content Library

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Applications in Aerospace: Decision Quality and Mission Command
Steven Glickman, 2019 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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Creating Value from Uncertainty and Flexibility
Reidar Bratvold, 2018 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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Value of Imperfect Information in Excel without Decision Trees using SIPmath Simulation: A Case Study
Brian Putt, Retired Chevron, 2016 SDP Webinar co-hosted with the Decision Analysis Society (Invited Talk)

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Exploring Management Options in the Grand Canyon with Formal Decision Analysis
Michael Runge, US Geological Survey, 2016 SDP Webinar co-sponsored by the Decision Analysis Society (Invited Talk)

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Early Production Systems - When Do They Make Good Sense for Your Projects?
Ellen Coopersmith, 2014 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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How much should we pay to play?
Ellen Coopersmith, 2013 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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Rethinking VOI: How the Game Changes Things
Paul Papayoanou, 2011 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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The Value of Streamgage Information: A case study evaluating the use and value of streamgage data for culvert design and operations
Presented by Emily Pindilli (US Geological Survey) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Information Value, this talk discusses considers the use and value of streamflow information for the design and operation of culverts.

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Making Better Appraisal & Development Decisions Using Decision Risk Analysis & Value of Information
Presented by Pete Naylor at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Information Value, this talk provides an overview of value of information methods.

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Exploring Management Options in the Grand Canyon w Formal Decision Analysis
Keynote address presented by Michael Runge (US Geological Survey) at 2016 DAAG Conference in Banff. This talk provides an example of how to use formal decision analysis methods in the context of an Environmental Impact Statement to integrate value judgments and scientific evidence in the evaluation of natural resource management alternatives.

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Decision Analysis - Comparison of Pharmaceutical & Upstream Oil
Presented by Vish Viswanathan (Chevron) at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. Comparison of the similarities and differences in the use of Decision Analysis in Pharma and Oil & Gas.

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Oil & Gas Appraisal and VOI: How the Game Changes Things
Presented by Paul Papayoanou (sgg) at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. Discussion of value of information within a game theory context.

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IT Investments can be Compared to Other Investments
Presented by Jerry Lieberman (Decision Strategies) at 2009 DAAG Conference in Indianapolis. Discussion of how to capture the value of IT, comparable to other business investments.

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Prioritizing Terrorism Vulnerability Analyses for Critical Infrastructure Sectors
Presented by Don N. Kleinmuntz (Strata Decision Technology) and Henry Willis (RAND) at 2009 DAAG Conference in Indianapolis. Portfolio and risk assessment methods applied to prioritizing infrastructure sectors by vulnerability to terrorism.

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Valuing Information Plans
Presented by Ellen Coopersmith (Decision Frameworks) at 2006 DAAG Conference in Baltimore. Value of information analysis applied to gas discovery problem.

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Valuing Relevant Information When It May Be Ignored
Presented by Steven Greidinger at 2006 DAAG Conference in Baltimore. Discussion of biases that can impact value of information analyses.

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Incorporating Learning Models in Structuring and Valuing R&D Projects
Presented by Phil Beccue (Baxter) at 2004 DAAG Conference in San Francisco. Real options example using decision trees for evaluation of "learning models".

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Decision Analysis to Evaluate Clinical Proof-of-Principle Trial Design for a New Drug
Presented by Vish Viswanathan and Rick Bayney (Johnson & Johnson) at 2004 DAAG Conference in San Francisco. Example of value of information approach to evaluation of a trial design decision.

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How to Value Imperfect Information
Presented by Ron Allred and Jon Anker (ConocoPhillips) at 2003 DAAG Conference in Houston. Provides and overview of value-of-information methods, with trees and simulation.

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Are You Sure Your Proof of Concept Studies Add Value?
Presented by David Swank and Lee Hodge (GlaxoSmithKline) at 2003 DAAG Conference in Houston. Provides and overview of value-of-information methods applied to proof-of-concept studies in pharma.

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