One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A representation of a system or process created on a computer, to assist calculations and predictions.‘the software uses a computer model to forecast insect densities’
- ‘He developed a computer model that can estimate the cost per gallon of ethanol if a new process were used to produce it.’
- ‘He devised a computer model and used it to match musical notes to brain patterns.’
- ‘We will build computer models and run simulations.’
- ‘The scientists at this lab are experts in computer models.’
- ‘The studies will provide detailed information to check the accuracy of computer models used for the national assessment.’
- ‘Meteorologists employ computer models to predict the path of storms.’
- ‘These detailed computer models help us determine how soil erosion and sediment loading change over time.’
- ‘Based on the data now being collected, he hopes to construct a computer model of the buildings and how they fell.’
- ‘There are some areas where real experiments are still very important and can't be replaced with computer models.’
- ‘They are using the temperature data collected from aircraft to develop a computer model to predict patterns of evaporation.’
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