Distributed Model Solution Techniques for Capillary-Tissue Systems
I’d like to begin with the remark that distributed parameter models are so-called “tigers-by-the-tail” as several people in the audience would testify, but if one can tame it, or at least hang on, the results are usually worth the effort. In effect, one is trying to come as close to reality as possible with such a model.
KeywordsMonte Carlo Method Mesh Point Nonlinear Coefficient Distribute Parameter Model Hybrid Computer
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