Ways of thinking, ways of seeing [provisional title] CUP proposal from Chris Bissell & Chris Dillon (editors). Mathematical and other modelling in engineering and technology. Why?. Much of what has been written about mathematical modelling has been either
Mathematical and other modelling in engineering and technology
1. Models – what do engineers see in them?
Chris Dillon, Open University
2. Meta-tools for information engineering design
Chris Bissell, Open University
3. Physical models, electrical analogies, and analogue computers: a history of early computational modelling
Charles Care, University of Warwick
4. Empirical Modelling: the Return of Analogue Computing?
Steve Russ, University of Warwick
5. Expanding the concept of ‘model’: the transfer from technological to human domain within systems thinking
Magnus Ramage and Karen Shipp, Open University
6. Visualisations for understanding complex economic systems
Marcel Boumans, University of Amsterdam
7. Philosophical Implications of Dimensional Analysis
John Bissell, Imperial College, London
8.Putting the Earth System in a numerical box?
Reflections concerning the evolution of climate modelling
Amy Dahan, Centre Koyre, Paris
9. Modelling noise
Mike Meade, Open University (contribution tbc)
10. Modelling: what is it all about? (title tbc)
John Monk, Open University