All articles for the topic: Knowledge elicitation tools

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Identifying Salient Drivers of Livelihood Decision-Making in the Forest Communities of Cameroon

Using research from southeast Cameroon, this paper describes a participatory and collaborative process for formalising qualitative data  and explains how these results can provide input to an social simulation model. Insights to provide in better understanding decision-making in the region are also explained. 

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KnETs

This article describes a technique for classifying and formalising elicited knowledge that can be used to enhance understanding of collected data and reveal new avenues for enquiry. 

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