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- n. Plural form of parametrization.
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The physical basis of the cloud parametrizations included into the models has also been greatly improved.
Radiation models such as the Edwards Slingo two-stream code are parametrizations mainly for efficiency reasons because they are very expensive to run.
They all arise in uncountable spaces and turn on alternative parametrizations of a given problem that are non-linearly related to each other.
Climate models will for a long time lack the neccesary spatial resolution to represent all these microhysics processes, so that coarse parametrizations, with their related uncertainties, will be needed.
The latter path, simply said, describes the patient, individually or groupwise, in detail to allow multiple parametrizations followed by multiple simulation runs with results to match the experimental data.
This involves comparing their production rapidity with production models which employ different parametrizations of the probability to find partons of given momentum fraction inside the colliding protons.
However, in spite of the use of higher resolution, important climatic processes are still not resolved by the model�s grid, necessitating the continued use of sub-grid scale parametrizations.