Directeur de Recherche, CNRS
Campus du Jardin Tropical,
45bis ave. de la Belle Gabrielle
F94736 Nogent-sur-Marne CEDEX, FRANCE
+33 1 43 94 73 81 (direct), +33 1 43 94 73 70 (fax)
Clean Energy and Sustainable Development lab,
Department of Renewable Energy
University of Science and Technology of Hanoi (USTH)
Models and code below are original works released as Logiciel Libre. Further license information is contained in the archives.
canalogues-0.1.zip (254M big file warning !)
Electronic supplement to Kopf et al. Using maps of city analogues to display and interpret climate change scenarios and their uncertainty. The archive contains regional climate simulation results files provided by the PRUDENCE project.
or diam-2.5-basic.zip or diam-Apr04193737.tar.gz
DIAM, the Dynamics of Inertia and
Adaptability Model. Version 2.5 as used for CO2 sequestration: economics of leakage. Needs the GAMS compiler with any NLP solver.
ultral.gms or ultral-Jan30204518.tar.gz
or as .zip
ULTRAL, branched from DIAM in 1999. A numeric recursive utility model to study risk aversion, intergenerational equity and climate change, described in Minh Ha-Duong an Nicolas Treich (1999) Recursive Intergenerational Utility in Global Climate Risk Modeling. The GAMS compiler with any NLP solver is required for running the model.
Electronic supplement to Ha-Duong, Casman and Morgan (2003) paper. Better viewed using the Mathreader viewer (free download) if you do not have Mathematica installed. To run this notebook you need to dowload also BeliefMatrices.m.
A Mathematica package that implements Matrix calculus for belief functions, as described by Philippe Smets (2002). First public release, version as of March 25th, 2003.
Formatted as BibTeX files.
My scientific productions database from which this page was created. Subset of the following:
Over 2500 references on climate change,
decision-making under uncertainty, environmental economics and other
interesting topics. With contributions from Patrice Dumas, Laurent Gilotte and Vincent Gitz.
See also online at Zotero.org.