Modelling in Natural Sciences

Modelling in Natural Sciences

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This book defines the wide application of the art of modelling. The main emphasis is on the imaging of dynamic processes which are analysed and subdivided into their atomic constituents by means of systems analysis. The cyclic structure and the stages of modelsa€™ set-up are explained. The evaluation of a modela€™s quality is regarded as a stochastic process. The aspects of grade used in different fields of sciences are brought into perspective. Thus, a quantitative concept of validity on the basis of conditional degrees of rational belief can be developed.The model garments and the AIRBUS model are developed in the same way: they are modelled on aesthetic ideas or they represent certain technical concepts and ideas of economic transportation. So, in general, modelling is a multilayered process containing a whole hierarchy of I-P-O-diagrams The output of one of these diagrams is the input into the succeeding one. We condense this idea into theanbsp;...

Title:Modelling in Natural Sciences
Author: Tibor Müller, Harmund Müller
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-03-14

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