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D4.4 Specification of the evaluation procedures

D4.4 Specification of the evaluation procedures

Thumbnail Uploaded by Claudia Greceanu, 4/23/19 9:36 AM Work package WP4 aims at defining a consolidated approach for the simulations carried out in the SmILES project. Within this context, task T4.3 focuses in particular on the specification of simulation-based optimization studies – referred to as cross-simulations – that will be conducted jointly by the project partners as part of work package WP5. To this end, this document provides a description of the planned cross-simulations, detailing which partners will collaborate, what test cases they will work on and how their joint workflow will utilize the PreCISE approach.
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