Computer Aided Modelling – Opportunities and Challenges

Ian Cameron, Rafiqul Gani

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Abstract

This chapter considers the opportunities that are present in developing, extending and applying aspects of computer-aided modelling principles and practice. What are the best tasks to be done by modellers and what needs the application of CAPE tools? How do we efficiently develop model-based solutions to significant problems? The important issues of workflow and data flow are discussed together with fit-for-purpose model development. As well, the lack of tools around multiscale modelling provides opportunities for the development of efficient tools to address such challenges. The ability to easily generate new models from underlying phenomena continues to be a challenge, especially in the face of time and cost constraints.Integrated frameworks that allow flexibility of model development and access to a range of embedded tools are central to future model developments. The challenges and opportunities are discussed for such systems.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProduct and Process Modelling : A Case Study Approach
EditorsIan Cameron, Rafiqul Gani
Number of pages557
Volume13
PublisherElsevier
Publication date2011
Pages433-437
ISBN (Print)978-0-444-53161-2
Publication statusPublished - 2011

Keywords

  • Model-based solutions
  • Multiscale modelling tools
  • Model generation
  • Integrated systems
  • Interoperability
  • Work flow
  • Data flow
  • Equation solvers
  • Model discrimination

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Cameron, I., & Gani, R. (2011). Computer Aided Modelling – Opportunities and Challenges. In I. Cameron, & R. Gani (Eds.), Product and Process Modelling: A Case Study Approach (Vol. 13, pp. 433-437). Elsevier.