Erin C. Carson

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Coercion is a semi-automated simulation adaptation technology that uses subject-matter expert insight about model abstraction alternatives, called flexible points, to change the behavior of a simulation. Coercion has been successfully applied to legacy simulations, but never before to a simulation under development. In this paper, we describe coercion of a(More)
Algebraic solvers based on preconditioned Krylov subspace methods are among the most powerful tools for large scale numerical computations in applied mathematics, sciences, technology, as well as in emerging applications in social sciences. As the name suggests, Krylov subspace methods can be viewed as a sequence of projections onto nested subspaces of(More)
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