V. Bushenkov*, V. Kaitala**, A. Lotov*, and M. Pohjola***
* Russian Academy of Sciences, Computing Center, Russia
** Systems Analysis Laboratory, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
*** Helsinki School of Economics, Finland
Instrumental software for negotiation and decision
support for transboundary air pollution abatement
is presented. Using this system, decision-maker can
interact with a model consisting of regional sulphur
abatement cost functions and of a submodel describing the
transportation of sulphur between Finland, Russia and Estonia.
The PC program visualizes the Pareto-optimal set of policy criteria which may include sulphur deposition rates and abatement costs in several or all of the countries. Visualization is based on the application of the Interactive Decision Maps. The program also computes and displays the optimal abatement policy corresponding to the Pareto-optimal point specified by decision-maker using the FEASIBLE GOALS method.