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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Emulation of the Nash-Cascade ModelYOUNG Peter C.; RATTO MARCOArticles in books
2007Estimation of Conditional Expectations and Conditional Variances with State-Dependent Parameter Meta-ModelsRATTO MARCO; PAGANO ANDREA; YOUNG Peter C.Contributions to Conferences
2007From Dominant Mode Analysis to Dynamical Meta-ModellingYOUNG PETER C.; RATTO MARCOContributions to Conferences
2012A general framework for Dynamic Emulation Modelling in environmental problemsCASTELLETTI Andrea; GALELLI Stefano; RATTO Marco; SONCINI-SESSA Rodolfo; YOUNG Peter C.Articles in Journals
2009Non-parametric Estimation of Conditional Moments for Sensitivity AnalysisRATTO MARCO; PAGANO ANDREA; YOUNG Peter C.Articles in Journals
2007State Dependent Parameter Metamodelling and Sensitivity AnalysisRATTO MARCO; PAGANO ANDREA; YOUNG PETER C.Articles in Journals
2011Statistical emulation of large linear dynamic modelsYOUNG Peter C.; RATTO MarcoArticles in Journals
2006Uncertainty, Sensitivity Analysis and the Role of Data Based Mechanistic Modeling in HydrologyRATTO MARCO; YOUNG Peter C.; ROMANOWICZ Renata; PAPPENBERGER Florian; SALTELLI ANDREA; PAGANO ANDREAArticles in Journals
2007Uncertainty, Sensitivity Analysis and the Role of Data Based Mechanistic Modelling in HydrologyRATTO MARCO; YOUNG Peter C.; ROMANOWICZ Renata; PAPPENBERGER FLORIAN; SALTELLI ANDREA; PAGANO ANDREAArticles in Journals
2009A Unified Approach to Environmental Systems ModelingYOUNG Peter C.; RATTO MARCOArticles in Journals
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