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In Model Validation: perspectives in hydrological science. pp. 11-22 (2001)

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  1. Simulations Are Not Models.John Simpson - unknown
    The aim of this paper is to argue that simulation is the activity of inferring future states. I argue that simulations instantiate models and that models are complexes of representations, so the inference in question makes use of the relations between the representations in a simulation's associated model. It follows that simulations should not be properly considered to be models in general, despite it being the case that they are commonly treated, or referred to, as being models, or even models (...)
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