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Miss Karina Fernanda Palacios Gárate

Subject: PEST CALIBRATION   
Posted: 3/28/2018 Viewed: 3818 times
Buenas tardes soy estudiante de pregrado, me encuentro realizando mi tesis y quisiera saber en que algoritmos se basa la simulación PEST de WEAP...?? Además quisIera saber que es mejor calibrar a WEAP mediante el PEST o es mejor hacerlo de forma manual..??

Agradezco sus opiniones. Gracias.
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: PEST CALIBRATION   
Posted: 4/16/2018 Viewed: 3811 times
Hola Karina,

Pienso que es mejor calibrar WEAP de forma manual porque a menudo PEST no mejorar las resultats. A veces las mejora, pero no siempre.

Si se quiere leer mas de los algoritmos de PEST, el sitio de WEAP esta aqui: www.PESThomepage.org
Topic "PEST CALIBRATION"