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Using Probability Distributions to Evaluate an Energy Conservation Program: A Technique for Dealing with Controversy. (English)
Eval. Progr. Plann. 18, No. 3, 209-17 (1995).
In many evaluations, presenting probability distributions of cost-effectiveness results offers a convenient way to show the likelihood of various conclusions given the uncertainties in the inputs. The techniques presented in this paper should be useful for many programs characterized by controversy over perspectives, assumptions, and dollar values. (ERIC)
Classification: M94
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