Crash tests for a standardized evaluation of hydrological models ”

@inproceedings{Andrassian2010CrashTF,
  title={Crash tests for a standardized evaluation of hydrological models ”},
  author={Vasken Andr{\'e}assian and Claire Perrin and Louis Berthet and Nicolas Le Moine and Jean-S{\'e}bastien Lerat and C{\'e}cile Loumagne and Ludovic Oudin and T. Mathevet and M. H. Ramos and Alexia Val{\'e}ry},
  year={2010}
}
As all hydrological models are intrinsically limited hypotheses on the behaviour of catchments, models – which attempt to represent real-world behaviour – will always remain imperfect. To make progress on the long road towards improved models, we need demanding tests, i.e. true crash tests. Efficient testing requires large and varied data sets to develop and assess hydrological models, to ensure their generality, to diagnose their failures, and ultimately, help improving them. 
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