More on the Elephant in the Model

One of the most important and critical nonlinearity in modelling is decision making. A big problem with making a decision is that you lose information – i.e. why you made the decision. e.g you need to work out what to do next. You look at various options but decide to take the “do nothing” option. Once you’ve made that decision Continue reading More on the Elephant in the Model

Nonlinearity – The Elephant in the Model and What the Elephant can Tell Us – again

After panicking to get my submission in by 15 February I got another IEEE email saying the final date for submissions is 25 February. So I did a bit more research to find if there is much on the subject of error growth in nonlinear dynamic systems in general. There’s not a lot. So I amended my paper, but discovered Continue reading Nonlinearity – The Elephant in the Model and What the Elephant can Tell Us – again

Nonlinearity – The Elephant in the Model and What the Elephant can Tell Us

On 11 February 2014, I received an IEEE call for papers for UKSim2014, the 16th International Conference on Mathematical/Analytical Modelling and Computer Simulation. Submissions were due on or by 15 February. Conference website: http://uksim2014.info In a mad panic I started to write a paper on nonlinearity, a topic that I think does not receive enough attention from the modelling community. Continue reading Nonlinearity – The Elephant in the Model and What the Elephant can Tell Us