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Issue 1.2

Disengage, Augment, Adapt

Questions of design simulation are no longer limited to the scope of technology experts. Most simulation research was once confined to discussions of the fastest, most accurate algorithms. Today, the applications of simulation are significantly increased due to computational capacity, widespread sensing technologies, and complex system-scale problems. No longer a peripheral subfield, simulation impacts the built environment directly through policy, infrastructural operation, and performance targets. Nevertheless, despite increased computational sophistication, a simulation is only as good as its instructions, only as aware as its defined scope, and often requires both extensive testing and fresh input during development…

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