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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of parameterise.

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Examples

  • These so-called 'sub-gridscale' processes therefore need to be 'parameterised' ...

    Climate Science, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The device:boot devices support the same interface as boot-media, but this time parameterised by a device handle.

    Snell-Pym » HYDROGEN: Device drivers

  • It is simply that MakeSweetSweetLove is parameterised with injunctions.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • What do the models say, or, if the effect is parameterised, what parameters are used to compensate for this unmodelled effect?

    Unthreaded #19 « Climate Audit

  • Have climate models non-parameterised been applied to the Earth on a millennial scale and how do they compare with paleoclimate reconstructions?

    Fixing the Facts to the Policy « Climate Audit

  • Thanks for you very succinct summary of the main issue with climate models, namely their use of parameterised linear models of non-linear physical processes e.g. turbulence.

    Truth Machines « Climate Audit

  • Certainly quantities like diffusion and surface roughness need to be parameterised for coarse grid models but flux corrections do not fall into this category.

    Truth Machines « Climate Audit

  • A model for turbulence is a set of equations derived from the basic governing equations, but this set of equations contains terms that are unclosed and have to be parameterised.

    Truth Machines « Climate Audit

  • Flux corrections are not about how the model is parameterised.

    Truth Machines « Climate Audit

  • The idea there was that the fermion action for a single chiral (Weyl) fermion can be obtained from the Dirac fermion action for an infinite number of fermion flavours, parameterised by a continuous flavour parameter s running over the whole real line, and with a specially chosen mass term which is nontrivial in flavour space (involving the differential operator d/ds).

    Our First Guest Blogger - Lawrence Krauss

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