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... Goodchild explained that their environment in terms of attitudes and perceptions, some uncertainty in what digital twins predict and how and he referenced the National Science Foundation's they operate will always exist. He said that ethical issues coupled natural and human systems program and related to digital twin reusability could also arise, and others' successes with agent-based modeling, where the enforcing fitness for use is essential; "repurposing" is a behavior of humans is modeled through a set of rules.
From page 148...
... COMMITTEE ON FOUNDATIONAL RESEARCH GAPS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR DIGITAL TWINS Karen Willcox (Chair) , Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin; Derek Bingham, Simon Fraser University; Caroline Chung, MD Anderson Cancer Center; Julianne Chung, Emory University; Carolina Cruz-Neira, University of Central Florida; Conrad J


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