|Title||Adjustment of a simulator of a complex dynamic system with emphasis on the reduction of computational resources|
|Publication Type||Conference Proceedings|
|Year of Conference||2018|
|Authors||Trigila, M, Gaudiani, A, Luque, E|
|Conference Name||Jornadas de Cloud Computing & Big Data (JCC&BD)|
|Publisher||Facultad de Informática. UNLP|
|Conference Location||La Plata|
Scientists and engineers continuously build models to interpret axiomatic theories or explain the reality of the universe of interest to reduce the gap between formal theory and observation in practice. We focus our work on dealing with the uncertainty of the input data of the model to improve the quality of the simulation. To perform this type of process large volumes of data and a lot of computer processing must be handled. This article proposes a methodology for adjusting a simulator of a complex dynamic system that models the wave translation along rivers channels, with emphasis on the reduction of computation resources. We propose a simulator calibration by using a methodology based on successive adjustment steps of the model. We based our process in a parametric simulation. The input scenarios used to run the simulator at every step were obtained in an agile way, achieving a model improvement up to 50% in the reduction of the simulated data error. These results encouraged us to extend the adjustment process over a larger domain region.