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Statistical simulations to replace corner simulations?

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UdyRegan
UdyRegan
9/3/2018 4:46:00 AM
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If anybody is going to change the setup or layout of a particular system, I'm sure that they would be smart enough to do their research and testing and simulations even before they go ahead to convert something for good. And as you say that there are limited options for these simulations at the moment - what people will have to do is source for the required components to make sure that their final results are robust isn't it?

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