Journal article

Comparing modelling frameworks - A workshop approach

RM Argent, A Voinov, T Maxwell, SM Cuddy, JM Rahman, S Seaton, RA Vertessy, RD Braddock

ENVIRONMENTAL MODELLING & SOFTWARE | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2006

Abstract

Of concern to the environmental modelling community is the proliferation of individual, and individualistic, models and the time associated with common model development tasks such as data transformation, coding of models, and visualisation. One way of addressing this problem is the adoption of modelling frameworks. These frameworks, or environments, support modular model development through provision of libraries of core environmental modelling modules, as well as reusable tools for data manipulation, analysis and visualisation. Such frameworks have a range of features and requirements related to the architecture, protocols and methods of operation, and it is difficult to compare the modell..

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