Accurate multi-physics simulation codes are essential for understanding the behavior of complex DoD systems, but they are generally not available from the commercial sector and have to be custom built. Current approaches to building simulation codes scale poorly with the number of interacting physics involved and often introduce inaccuracies that are difficult to trace and quantify. In addition, most of these DoD systems are test limited, and "big data" methods cannot be used.
DARPA's Computable Models program aims to investigate and quantify the benefits of new and emerging mathematics and algorithms to enable direct generation of accurate and efficient multi-physics, multi-scale (time and space) simulation codes for complex physical systems relevant to DoD.
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