Computer Assisted Dispute Resolution

A flexible modeling and decision-support software system
developed for resource management problems.


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A system architecture for linking dynamic modeling with rapid dispute prevention processes

CADRe provides a system architecture that allows users to move between policy or science contexts,
while also enabling users to evaluate problems using previously existing models through both scenario
analysis and a flexible, rules-based optimization search engine. CADRe provides a cornerstone framework and application for integrated assessment modeling that is domain-neutral, capable of representing causal relationships within a problem, and can be scale independent. The system
allows interactions through a relational database that dynamically interacts with sub-process
models, simulation models, search algorithms, and decision models to generate context relevant output. Important features of the system include the ability to represent a given case with
different simulation models without the need to rebuild the overall system. CADRe allows users
at different levels of access to interchange simulation model representations, adjust model
queuing, and exchange model assumptions or scenario settings with ease. This flexibility
makes CADRe easily adaptable for a wide range of problems.
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