Scientific Programs Imply Uncertainty. Results Expected and Unexpected

05/22/2019
by   Sergey Andreyev, et al.
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Science and engineering have requests for a wide variety of programs, but I think that all of them can be divided between two groups. Programs of the first group deal with the well known situations and, by using well known equations, give results for any combination of input parameters. Such programs are specialized very powerful calculators. Another group of programs is needed to analyse the situations with different levels of uncertainty. Programs are developed at the best level of their authors, but scientists need to look at the situations beyond the area of current knowledge, and they need programs to do analysis in the areas of uncertainty. Is it possible do design programs which allow to analyse the situations beyond the knowledge of developers?

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