Simulation Governance: An Idea Whose Time Has Come
Abstract: There are substantial economic incentives to reduce reliance on physical testing and increase reliance on numerical simulation. The reasons for this are obvious: Testing is expensive and time consuming and the results of tests are tied to the specific conditions under which they were performed. Testing without a properly formulated plan about how the results will be interpreted and generalized makes no sense. The main points are discussed in the following.
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