Incorporating Qualitative Equations in Process-Based Models

author: Darko Čerepnalkoski, Jožef Stefan Institute
published: July 22, 2009,   recorded: June 2009,   views: 2955


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This paper explores the possibility of extending Processbased models with Qualitative differential equations. Process-based modeling is a modeling technique that uses two-level approach for modeling dynamical systems. It models systems on a purely qualitative level in terms of entities and processes that involve those entities on one hand, and a quantitative level on which all entities and processes are given a quantitative formulation which is that automatically translated into a set of ordinary differential equations. This paper aims to illustrate that this formalism can be extended with an intermediate level of modeling which consists of qualitative equations.

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