Modelización estocástica y generación de escenarios para gestión de desastres

  1. Rodriguez Martinez, Adan
Supervised by:
  1. Begoña Vitoriano Villanueva Director

Defence university: Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Fecha de defensa: 23 June 2021

  1. María Teresa Ortuño Sánchez Chair
  2. Juan Tinguaro Rodríguez González Secretary
  3. Clara Simón de Blas Committee member
  4. Julián Molina Luque Committee member
  5. Federico Liberatore Committee member

Type: Thesis


Uncertainty in decision problems poses two major challenges: the treatment of uncertainty incorporating it into a decision model, and its characterisation, usually through scenarios. This dissertation addresses both problems as applied to disaster management in the pre-disaster phases (prevention and preparedness). The spatial component of these phenomena is also considered, which leads to a substantial increase in its difficulty. The study of stochastic modelling and scenario generation will focus on two different contexts, natural disasters in developing countries and wildfires...