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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Computer Models"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Computer models were initially used as a supplement for other arguments, but their use later became rather widespread.
  2. Some computer models were putting New Orleans right in the center of their track probabilities, and the chances of a direct hit were forecast at nearly 90%.
  3. The computer models are needed to provide observers with reliable data of recognizing the waves produced by black holes. (Web site)
  4. Myth #13: Computer models are too inaccurate to accurately predict a system as complex as the Earth's climate. (Web site)

Changes

  1. They then used two computer models based at NCAR to simulate the response of the oceans to changes in solar output. (Web site)

Tectonic Plate

  1. The computer models demonstrate that the subducted portion of a tectonic plate pulls on the portion of the plate that remains on the earth's surface.

Estimate

  1. Breiwick and others have used computer models and historical documents to estimate the level of whale hunting since the 1600s. (Web site)

Computer Graphics

  1. In computer graphics this primarily concerns controlling the motion of computer models and the camera. (Web site)

Ocean Basins

  1. Warming observed in ocean basins; match with computer models gives a clear signature of greenhouse effect warming. (Web site)

Latest Research

  1. Read the latest research using computer models here.

Design Process

  1. Also, Gehry is noted for producing many physical models as well as computer models as part of his design process. (Web site)

Vivo Studies

  1. Previous in vivo studies and computer models suggest that mechanobiological factors can play a key role in modulating cartilage growth and ossification.

Greenhouse

  1. Computer models that simulate atmospheric behavior indicate that global temperatures generally increase as greenhouse gas concentrations rise.

Climate

  1. The sensitivity of the "SI2000" model to a climate forcing is comparable to that of other climate computer models. (Web site)

Study

  1. Management Science is a field of study characterized by the use of mathematical and computer models for decision making.

Climate Sensitivity

  1. Study of ancient climates reveals climate sensitivity in same range as predicted independently by computer models. (Web site)

Computer Models

  1. Its current age is thought to be about 4.5 billion years, a figure which is determined using computer models of stellar evolution, and nucleocosmochronology.
  2. In this figure, the globally averaged warming corresponds to 3.0 o C (5.4 o F).Scientists have studied global warming with computer models of the climate. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Time > Evolution > Stellar Evolution
  2. Earth > Atmosphere > Climate Change > Climate Sensitivity
  3. Sun's Magnetic Field
  4. Earth > Atmosphere > Climate Change > Global Warming
  5. Vivo Studies
  6. Books about "Computer Models" in Amazon.com

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  Originally created: April 04, 2011.
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