Activities and methodology
The PECUS methodology combines:
Local and international workshops for teachers and students, centred on transdisciplinary planning and sustainable development of transhumance landscapes and communities.
The use of Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping as a tool to understand complex decision problems, and foster transdisciplinary decisions.
Fuzzy Cognitive Maps
Fuzzy Cognitive Maps are a symbolic representation of complex systems through concepts and their mutual interactions. Their construction requires inputs of human experience and knowledge of the persons involved, concerning the causal relationships amongst factors, characteristics, and components of the system considered.
Training workshop for 12 teachers.
International workshop for 50 students from different disciplines.
Production of methodological guidelines and a modular online course.
Transferring of project methodology to 250 additional students in partner universities.
Final conference for dissemination of results.
Final version of PECUS methodology on Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping is out! This document provides an...
In this video, Francesco Carrer from the University of Newcastle explains how FCM can be used to...
In this video, Árni Daníel Júlíusson from the University of Iceland talks about an...
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These case studies have been collected and described by project partners