A guide to good practice in modeling semantics for authors and referees

Beven, Keith and Young, Peter (2013) A guide to good practice in modeling semantics for authors and referees. Water Resources Research, 49 (8). pp. 5092-5098. ISSN 0043-1397

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Abstract

This opinion piece makes some suggestions about guidelines for modeling semantics that can be referred to by authors and referees. We discuss descriptions of model structures, different forms of simulation and prediction, descriptions of different sources of uncertainty in modeling practice, the language of model validation, and concepts of predictability and fitness-for-purpose. While not expecting universal agreement on these suggestions, given the loose usage of words in the literature, we hope that the discussion of the issues involved will at least give pause for thought and encourage good practice in model development and applications. Key Points Semantics of hydrological modelling lack clarity Clarifications for simulation and forecasting and treatment of uncertainty Clarifications for model evaluation and falsification

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Water Resources Research
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©2013. American Geophysical Union. All Rights Reserved.
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15 Aug 2014 08:13
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