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Equationbased simulations are most commonly used in the physicalsciences and other sciences where there is governing theory that canguide the construction of mathematical models based on differentialequations. I use the term “equation based” hereto refer to simulations based on the kinds of global equations weassociate with physical theories—as opposed to “rules ofevolution” (which are discussed in the next section.) Equationbased simulations can either be particlebased, where there are n manydiscrete bodies and a set of differential equations governing theirinteraction, or they can be fieldbased, where there is a set ofequations governing the time evolution of a continuous medium orfield. An example of the former is a simulation of galaxyformation, in which the gravitational interaction between a finitecollection of discrete bodies is discretized in time and space. An example of the latter is the simulation of a fluid, such as ameteorological system like a severe storm. Here the system istreated as a continuous medium—a fluid—and a field representing itsdistribution of the relevant variables in space is discritized in spaceand then updated in discrete intervals of time.
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More broadly, we can think of computer simulation as a comprehensivemethod for studying systems. In this broader sense of the term, itrefers to an entire process. This process includes choosinga model; finding a way of implementing that model in a form that can berun on a computer; calculating the output of the algorithm; andvisualizing and studying the resultant data. The method includesthis entire process—used to make inferences about the targetsystem that one tries to model—as well as the procedures used tosanction those inferences. This is more or less the definition ofcomputer simulation studies in Winsberg 2003 (111).“Successful simulation studies do more than compute numbers. Theymake use of a variety of techniques to draw inferences from thesenumbers. Simulations make creative use of calculationaltechniques that can only be motivated extramathematically andextratheoretically. As such, unlike simple computations that can becarried out on a computer, the results of simulations are notautomatically reliable. Much effort and expertise goes into decidingwhich simulation results are reliable and which are not.” When philosophers of science write about computer simulation, and makeclaims about what epistemological or methodological properties“computer simulations” have, they usually mean the term tobe understood in this broad sense of a computer simulationstudy.
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Sometimes the stepbystep methods of computer simulation are usedbecause the model of interest contains continuous (differential)equations (which specify continuous rates of change in time) thatcannot be solved analytically—either in principle or perhaps only inpractice. This underwrites the spirit of the followingdefinition given by Paul Humphreys: “any computerimplemented methodfor exploring the properties of mathematical models where analyticmethods are not available” (1991, 500). But even as a narrowdefinition, this one should be read carefully, and not be taken tosuggest that simulations are only used when there are analyticallyunsolvable equations in the model. Computer simulations are oftenused either because the original model itself contains discreteequations—which can be directly implemented in an algorithm suitablefor simulation—or because the original model consists of somethingbetter described as rules of evolution than asequations.
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Both of the above definitions take computer simulation to befundamentally about using a computer to solve, or to approximatelysolve, the mathematical equations of a model that is meant to representsome system—either real or hypothetical. Another approachis to try to define “simulation” independently of thenotion of computer simulation, and then to define “computersimulation” compositionally: as a simulation that is carried outby a programmed digital computer. On this approach, a simulation is anysystem that is believed, or hoped, to have dynamical behavior that issimilar enough to some other system such that the former can be studiedto learn about the latter.
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