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Exploring the sensitivity of RASP HLM to variations in input and model parameters

Exploring the sensitivity of RASP HLM to variations in input and model parameters

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Exploring the sensitivity of RASP HLM to variations in input and model parameters

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Exploring the sensitivity of RASP HLM to variations in input and model parameters

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Exploring the sensitivity of RASP HLM to variations in input and model parameters

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The project aim is to establish the relative contribution of different input data sets to the variability in the RASP HLM+ outputs. The sensitivity testing is undertaken through a perturbation approach, whereby input data are varied within realistic ranges (based on knowledge of the associated field measurement techniques). The sensitivity of outputs such as the flood probability and average economic damage are measured.