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From page 141...
... Zhou agreed that communication in the development of digital twins. Schmidt noted with and education for decision-makers is key.
From page 142...
... Phase 69 library, and he described the potential engines that consume energy and produce gases) require value of pretraining digital twins to regenerate missing detailed modeling to be operated more sustainably and detail in between sparsely stored checkpoints at short efficiently; better weather and climate models are also intervals.
From page 143...
... He summarized that because want to predict, use a Bayesian framework to infer the physical engineering systems and Earth systems interact uncertainties of the models, and equip the predictions with each other, their corresponding digital twins should with uncertainty systematically and rationally. Bayesian work in conjunction to best reflect the behaviors of these model selection enables one to attribute probabilities physical systems and subsequently optimize operations that different models are consistent with the data in aided by these digital twins toward sustainability.
From page 144...
... Hub's10 initial brief presentations from experts in polar climate, AI modeling and forecasting capabilities provide water-level algorithms, ocean science, carbon cycle science, and information at the scale where people live. A network applied mathematics; they discussed how digital twins of ~65 sensors that are distributed and interconnected could be useful in their research areas and where digital wirelessly along the coast around critical infrastructure twins could have the greatest future impacts.
From page 145...
... She said that neural fundamental mechanistic relationships. The "holy grail" operators are being used as surrogates for solving partial for digital twins in carbon cycle science, she continued, differential equations (PDEs)
From page 146...
... AND EQUITY Incorporating questions from workshop participants, Ye Parris asked the panelists to share examples of digital and Parris moderated the workshop's final discussion twins that provide societal benefit. Goodchild described among three experts on transparency, societal benefit, the late 1990s concept of the Digital Earth as a "prime and equity considerations for the use of digital mover" in this space and noted that the literature twins: Amy McGovern, University of Oklahoma; Mike over the past 30 years includes many examples of Goodchild, University of California, Santa Barbara; interfaces between "digital twins" and the decisionand Mark Asch, Université de Picardie Jules Verne.


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