To build a physically-based model that is efficient, correct and appropriate for the specific need, using the clear, concise and generic concepts of the CORDIS-ANIMA modelling system, know-how on physics and psycho-perceptive analysis, modelling and numerical implementation are required :
Qualitative analysis of the desired effect or functionality
This requires the ability to deduce from observation of the real or imaginary object or phenomena what is relevant for the specific use. Two assessments are necessary for this : physical analysis, and analysis of task and perceptive effects.
Quantitative analysis of the desired effect or functionality
The final tuning of the physically-based model requires the knowledge to assess the desired quantitative physical characteristics with the appropriate precision for the task.
This assessment consists of the measuring of parameters as well the transforming of these parameters into "model" parameters.
Know-how in model-optimization (minimal model notion)
After the qualitative and quantitative analysis are complete, the model designer must create the most economic and cunning model that satisfies these analysis. The physically-based model indeed is not a mere copy of the real object or of the physical knowledge on it.
Know-how in computational optimization (discretization, algorithms)
Once the model has been calibrated with the expected results, the final task will be satisfying simultaneously the various constraints related to the numerical resolution of the model (computational precision, convergence and stability) and to the task itself (eg. real-time, or multi-sensorality)
ACROE develops on-demand physically-based models, as well as their implementation on computer machines.
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