holistic project REMUS relies on an extensive literature review. All
components of REMUS are supported by literature and consulted by experts
working in specific fields. In this section you will find a table
summarizing the default settings of REMUS and a list of all references
used for building of the model.
As a holistic project REMUS relies on an extensive literature review. All components of REMUS are supported by literature and consulted by experts working in specific fields. In this section you will find a table summarizing the default settings of REMUS and a list of all references used for building of the model.
a table summarizing the original
settings of REMUS with corresponding references.
a table summarizing the original
settings of REMUS with corresponding references.
you can find a complete list of all references consulted during the
process of building REMUS:
Below you can find a complete list of all references consulted during the process of building REMUS:
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