Edward C. DeLand

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In developing the graphics computer system BIOMOD, we were concerned primarily with the user-system interface. Rather than developing a formal higher-level language specific to modeling in biology, it appeared more fruitful to examine empirically the activities of the modeling process, and to attempt to design so that these activities would be simple to(More)
Modeling of complex systems can be greatly facilitated by the inclusion of empirical data directly into the solution of the model. Data can then be used to provide information about the fidelity of the model (goal) to the real system and/or act as a temporary model component for a subsystem not yet well-defined (probe). This method utilizes existing,(More)
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