A general framework for Dynamic Emulation Modelling in environmental problems
Emulation modelling is an effective way of overcoming the large computational burden associated with the process-based models traditionally adopted by the environmental modelling community. An emulator is a low-order, computationally efficient model identified from the original large model and then used to replace it for computationally intensive applications. As the number and forms of the problem that benefit from the identification and subsequent use of an emulator is very large, emulation...[Show more]
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