Computational Modelling

computational model is a mathematical model in computational science that requires extensive computational resources to study the behaviour of a complex system by computer simulation. This also includes combination of mathematical model along with computational biology. A key feature of today’s computational models is that they are able to study a biological system at multiple levels, including molecular processes, cell to cell interactions, and how those interactions result in changes at the tissue and organ level. The ability to study a system at these multiple levels is known as multiscale modelling. 
 
Examples of common computational models are weather forecasting models,
  • Earth simulator models
  • Flight simulator models
  • Molecular protein folding models
  • Neural network models

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