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introduction to variable-resolution modeling and cross-resolution model connection

Davis, Paul K.

introduction to variable-resolution modeling and cross-resolution model connection

Paul K. Davis.

by Davis, Paul K.

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Combat -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesVariable-resolution modeling and cross-resolution model connection., Cross-resolution model connection.
    ContributionsRand Corporation., United States. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency., National Defense Research Institute (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsU21.2 .D27 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 48 p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1494692M
    ISBN 100833013068
    LC Control Number93169342

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An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection Author: Paul K. Davis Subject: This paper is an introduction to the subject of variable-resolution modeling (VRM) and the closely related issue of connecting models of different resolution to create a "family.

Created Date: 2/2/ PMCited by: This paper is an introduction to the subject of variable-resolution modeling (VRM) and the closely related issue of connecting models of different resolution to create a "family." It addresses the following questions: (1) what is variable-resolution modeling.

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An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection. Object-Oriented Modeling: Holistic and Variable-Resolution Views.

Modular Hierarchical Model Introduction to variable-resolution modeling and cross-resolution model connection book. The "Configuration Problem" and Challenges for Aggregation.

Crossing Levels of Resolution in Defense Analysis: A Requirement of the New Strategic. An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection.

This paper is an introduction to the subject of variable-resolution modeling (VRM) and the closely related issue of connecting models of different resolution to create a "family.".

Paul K. Davis, “An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection”, pages in 21; revised version in Paul K. Davis, “An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection”, RAND report RDARPA, RAND Corp.

() Google Scholar. An Introduction to Variable Rcaolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection, RAND, R, Google Scholar Davis, Paul K., Generalizing Concepts of Verification, Validation, and Accreditation in Combat Models, RAND, R, Book. Full-text available An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection.

Article. Full-text available. Jan ; Paul K. Davis; View. [11] Paul K. Davis, “An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection”, pp. in [12]; revised version in Paul K. Davis, “ An In. An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection.

Article. Full-text available. Jan ; Paul K. Davis; View. Object-Oriented Analysis and Simulation. Book. This review paper summarizes an ARPA-sponsored project to study variable-resolution modeling (VRM) and the connection of models across levels of resolution.

An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection. Paul K. Davis; Computer Science; ; View PDF Cite Save Feed.

This chapter is written in conjunction with the companion book to this volume, Theory of Modeling and Simulation, third edition. P.K. DavisAn Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection. RAND, Santa Monica, CA () (RDARPA). An introduction to variable‐resolution modeling An introduction to variable‐resolution modeling Bracken, Jerome; Kress, Moshe; Rosenthal, Richard E.

&Sons. Inc. INTRODUCTION This article, adapted from a RAND report [7], is an introduction to t h e subject of variable-resolution modeling (VRM) a n d t h e closely related issue of developing integrated. The benefits are not just for the original model builder, but also for collaborators and subsequent users, who will typically need to adapt the model to their own special circumstances.

An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection, RAND, Santa Monica, CA, Also, J. of Naval Logistics, No An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection.

Jan 1, Report. Report. Cutting Some Trees to See the Forest: On Aggregation and Disaggregation in Combat Models. Jan 1, This report is part of the RAND Corporation note series. The note was a product of the RAND Corporation from to that. The fact that the variable-resolution mesh produced essentially identical results to the globally uniform simulation at approximately 20% of the computational cost highlights the potential improvements that can be made in GCM modeling of tropical cyclones by utilizing variable resolution, especially for individual case studies or projects.

MEB/2/GI 3 Simulation Process 3 2 1. Build CAD Model 2. Mesh 3. Apply Boundary Conditions 4. Computational Analysis 5. Visualization. An Introduction to Simulation Using GPSS/H, (). An introduction to variable-resolution modeling and cross-resolution model connection," RAND.

An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection. Article. Full-text available. Book. Jan. In CORES, Resolution State chart, a UML state chart, is modeled to specify the resolution changes. And Connector, the connection of different resolutions, is proposed as a standby part to fulfill the four requirements on relationships between models of different resolutions.

Davis, P.K.: An introduction to variable-resolution modeling. Multi-Resolution Modeling (MRM) is a modeling technology that creates a model that expresses the same phenomenon at more than two different resolutions.

Since the advent of distributed simulation systems, the MRM study began in the military field, where the modeling and simulation (M&S) was most actively developed and was recognized as an essential area in the integrated system of live.

At that time, different terms for MRM were used such as variable-resolution, cross-resolution or selectable-resolution modeling.

There have been quite some remarkable research results and many excellent projects on this subject, for an overview of the theory and application of multi-resolution modeling see [16]. A variable resolution graph based model of three dimensional objects LEILA DE FLORIANI Istituto per la Matematica Applicata del C.N.R., Via L.

Alberti, 4, Genova, Italy A hierarchical boundary model of three dimensional objects provides a representation of the surfaces enclosing it at successively finer levels of specification.

One possible solution to design challenges is called integrated hierarchical variable-resolution modeling (IHVR) (Davis, ). When feasible, it simplifies and clarifies the problems associated with crossing levels of resolution, either within a single model or within an integrated family.

Results from two simulations using the Global Environmental Multiscale (GEM) model in a variable-resolution modeling approach are evaluated. Simulations with a highly resolved domain positioned over North America and over the tropical Pacific–eastern Indian Ocean are assessed against the GEM uniform grid control run, yr ECMWF Re-Analysis (ERA), and available observations in.

A New Graphical User Interface Generator for Economic Models and its Comparison to Existing Approaches, German Journal of Agricultural Economics 63(4): An introduction to variable-resolution modelling and cross-resolution model connection.

RAND, National Defense Research Institute, Santa Monica, USA. Davis, P An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection. RAND National Defense Research Institute Technical Report.

REFERENCES Davis, P.K. "An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross Resolution Model Connection," Naval Logistics Journal, Vol. 42, No.

2, pp. Davis, P. An Introduction to Variable-Resolution Modeling and Cross-Resolution Model Connection, RDARPA, RAND, Santa Monica, Calif. Also appears in the Naval Logistics Journal, 42(2):March () and in Bracken et al.

(), pp. Scaling Reinforcement Learning Algorithms by Learning Variable Temporal Resolution Models Satinder P. Singh Department of Computer Science University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA Abstract The close connection between reinforcement learning (RL) algorithms and dynamic programming algorithms has fueled research on RL within the machine learning community.

A new multiscale modeling approach, the Model for Prediction across Scales (MPAS), overcomes the limitations of continuous mesh stretching found in previous variable-resolution modeling approaches through the use of spherical centroidal Voronoi tessellations (SCVTs) 1 (Du et al.

; Ringler et al. An introduction to variable-resolution modeling and cross-resolution model connection. Research report no. RDARPA. Santa Monica, CA: The RAND Corporation, Google Scholar. Davis, PK, Hillestad, R.

Families of models that cross levels of. Composing cross-resolution models The level of detail at which system components and their based on these facets will require coordination between the behaviours are represented is generally agreed to indicate the model designers and developers during the development cycle, resolution of a model that represents that system.

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The multiscale connection between low- and high-resolution models using this type of approach relies on the success of the top-down ‘building block’ nature of the scheme. The reliance on thermodynamic information to parameterize the model makes it a.

The Model for Prediction Across Scales [Skamarock et al., ] and the Icosahedral nonhydrostatic general circulation model [Wan et al., ] are other examples of global variable resolution models with nonhydrostatic dynamics and potential for convection‐permitting modeling.

In the variable‐resolution model runs, there is a transition region of ° between the global background grid and the main refinement area. The irregular shape of the high‐resolution nest was selected to approximate the region where North Atlantic tropical cyclones occur in the historical record.

Abstract. The Base Object Model, BOM, is specially identified as a reusable and composable model component for quick development of simulation models, which is very helpful for multi-resolution paper proposes a framework named BMRSS including the process of components developement, management and simulation.

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