## What is/are Systems Modeling?

Systems Modeling - Discussion: Systems modeling assists in the goal of solving problems by improving the “mental models” we use to make decisions, including regulatory and policy decisions.^{[1]}As simulation system we used the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform TerrSysMP, with the community land-surface model (CLM) coupled to the subsurface model Parflow.

^{[2]}Here, we illustrate the use of collaborative breast cancer multilevel systems modeling in CISNET to demonstrate the flexibility of systems modeling to address important clinical and policy-relevant questions.

^{[3]}From the point of view of statistical physics and complex-systems modeling this is not an unexpected outcome, nevertheless, strong empirical evidence is also necessary to support such a claim.

^{[4]}The formation of competitive agro-industrial clusters should be based on the principles of viable systems modeling.

^{[5]}This finding reveals a flaw in an implicit but hitherto untested assumption of biomarker discovery efforts and suggests that dynamical systems modeling is useful for directing future clinical studies in precision medicine.

^{[6]}In the course of the work, the systems modeling the dispersion of pollution were considered, where, based on the theoretical analysis of their characteristics and properties, the “Calpuff” model was chosen, which is most suitable for modeling air quality in urban areas.

^{[7]}“However, the state-of-the-art in systems modeling has several challenges, where each modeling aspect and view is often assisted by an individual modeling and analysis tool.

^{[8]}Although there are systems modeling the asynchrony between the modalities, sometimes they fail to align speech and video precisely over some even all noisy conditions.

^{[9]}In the proposed methodology, spatiotemporally continuous data were obtained from daily terrestrial simulations of the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform (TSMP) over Europe (hereafter termed the TSMP-G2A data set), with a spatial resolution of 0.

^{[10]}The density functional theory (DFT) method was used for scrutinizing electron and energy characteristics of Tiron radicals in the systems modeling freshwater and salt water.

^{[11]}This special issue entitled “Artificial Intelligence (AI) Optimized Systems Modeling for the Deeper Understanding of Human Cancers” in Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, and Frontiers in Genetics aims to provide an international forum for:.

^{[12]}The proposed models and results presented in this dissertation lay the scientific foundations of urban complexity and resilience, encouraging us to move towards dynamical and complex systems modeling approaches, from conventional static index-based resilience metrics.

^{[13]}Specifically, the proposed approach extends behavioral and structural model elements of the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) with a system-theoretic definition of a solution space.

^{[14]}The Systems Modeling Language (SysML) is used to describe the behavioural models, the modelling process is described systematically and is also summarized in the form of general-purpose guidelines for later use.

^{[15]}The presented gas expansion models are performed in the specialized chemical engineering systems modeling software HYSYS (AspenTech) and allow to estimate the pressure drop energy.

^{[16]}We consider a class of logarithmic Keller-Segel type systems modeling the spatio-temporal behavior of either chemotactic cells or criminal activities in spatial dimensions two and higher.

^{[17]}The reduction of multiphysics models via machine learning, mathematical simplification, or regression enables their application in battery management systems and energy systems modeling.

^{[18]}The Best Estimate plus Uncertainty (BEPU) approach for nuclear systems modeling and simulation requires that the prediction uncertainty must be quantified in order to prove that the investigated design stays within acceptance criteria.

^{[19]}The challenge faced by ExMC was how to present the content in the model to non-modelers in a way they could understand with limited to no training in MBSE or the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) without using the modeling tool.

^{[20]}This possibility of rapid identification of governing equations provides an exciting opportunity for advancing dynamical systems modeling.

^{[21]}To improve the understanding of interactive decision-making, we propose two modeling techniques: (1) quantum cognition for the taskwork decision-making processes and (2) nonlinear dynamical systems modeling for teamwork processes.

^{[22]}The modeling approach presented here constitutes an advance in the challenges associated with socio-ecological systems modeling.

^{[23]}Towards this direction, it is critical to develop systems modeling languages and tools that accommodate Digital Engineering.

^{[24]}After data post-processing the meteorological and hydrological parameters measured on site are directly assimilated into the fully coupled multi-physical numerical model system TSMP (Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform, www.

^{[25]}The Systems Modeling Language (SysML) is a standard language to utilize model-based design of SoS and create system models, specifying requirements and system constraints.

^{[26]}The paper contains rich information on the recently used tools for dynamic systems modeling and analysis of nonlinear processes that can be applied to modeling and analyzing other power electronics inverters.

^{[27]}Systems modeling with solid bulky inclusions, that are able to absorb and to disseminate ultrasonic waves, enables to consider suchlike systems as complex density materials.

^{[28]}Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) is an interdisciplinary scientific approach, which is based on the use of standard representations, such as the systems modeling language SysML, to ensure integration, consistency and traceability between models generated during the systems development process.

^{[29]}A better understanding of TME and the immune microenvironment requires robust experimental systems modeling patient specific immune interactions.

^{[30]}3 Generalizing the Perspective of Research: Organization as a Machine This research broadened software/systems modeling to include all types of organizations.

^{[31]}Six areas are discussed that warrant further attention, including (1) structuring and standardizing SA as a discipline, (2) realizing the untapped potential of SA for systems modeling, (3) addressing the computational burden of SA, (4) progressing SA in the context of machine learning, (5) clarifying the relationship and role of SA to uncertainty quantification, and (6) evolving the use of SA in support of decision making.

^{[32]}This approach is based on the Model-Based Systems Engineering method (MBSE) using the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) where we present the allocations between the functions of each swarm member and the overall swarm behaviors.

^{[33]}Sociotechnical systems modeling illustrates the complexity of designing interventions for emergency medicine that affect multiple patients, providers, work systems, technologies, and processes.

^{[34]}This paper proposes a system of systems modeling framework for planning charging infrastructure deployment in intercity transportation networks while considering users' travel behavior and coupling relationships between transportation and power systems.

^{[35]}The FFIP is improved by using mathematical logic and Systems Modeling Language (SysML).

^{[36]}Using a dynamic systems modeling approach, we reconcile these experimental findings and identify network bi-stability as a potential regime underlying network burstiness at this age.

^{[37]}Here, a dynamic systems modeling approach is applied after converting the discrete events to regularly sampled time signals.

^{[38]}Ensemble simulations were conducted for three summertime convective storms over a temperate region in northwestern Germany using the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform (TSMP).

^{[39]}To further incorporate human behaviors and other social and natural environment factors to build smarter service systems, we propose a new approach, the semiparallel service system (SPSS), which follows the ACP framework an emerging methodology in complex systems modeling.

^{[40]}For such systems modeling has a large potential to help to optimize process conditions, e.

^{[41]}A variety of modeling approaches ranging from empirical to more complex systems modeling approaches have been applied to characterize circadian biology and its influence on drug actions, optimize time of dosing, and identify opportunities for pharmacological modulation of the clock mechanisms and their downstream effects.

^{[42]}Geographic Information Systems modeling and spatial statistics analysis allowed for achieving this aim.

^{[43]}Reaction Systems modeling is a compact, discrete, and qualitative modeling method for dynamic systems, including biochemical systems.

^{[44]}Summary Interpretation of seismic data combined with petroleum systems modeling highlights the exploration potential of the Angoche for liquid hydrocarbons.

^{[45]}1 Reasearch Unit of Mechanics and Physical Systems Modeling (UR2MPS), Department of Physics, University of Dschang, Dschang P.

^{[46]}Apart from providing immediate relief assistance at the occurrence of natural disasters, what is Indigenous Knowledge Management and Humanitarian Supply Chain for Disaster Mitigation and Sustainable Development in the Eco Communities of India: Holistic Systems Modeling Approach, Handbook of Research on Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Complex Systems, IGI Global Plc.

^{[47]}Ultimately this study proposes the implementation of a fully integrated hydro-systems modeling approach which link the hydrology and the hydraulics of the surface, sub-surface and stormwater infrastructure systems for a better representation of the flood hydrodynamics in urbanized regions.

^{[48]}Grid-GSP provides an interpretation for the spatio-temporal properties of voltage phasor measurements, by showing how the well-known power systems modeling supports a generative low-pass graph filter model for the state variables, namely the voltage phasors.

^{[49]}Here we demonstrate how integrating energy systems modeling and strategic hydropower planning can resolve conflicts between renewable energy and dam impacts on rivers.

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## Complex Systems Modeling

The proposed models and results presented in this dissertation lay the scientific foundations of urban complexity and resilience, encouraging us to move towards dynamical and complex systems modeling approaches, from conventional static index-based resilience metrics.^{[1]}To further incorporate human behaviors and other social and natural environment factors to build smarter service systems, we propose a new approach, the semiparallel service system (SPSS), which follows the ACP framework an emerging methodology in complex systems modeling.

^{[2]}A variety of modeling approaches ranging from empirical to more complex systems modeling approaches have been applied to characterize circadian biology and its influence on drug actions, optimize time of dosing, and identify opportunities for pharmacological modulation of the clock mechanisms and their downstream effects.

^{[3]}Instructors may also be challenged by teaching complex systems modeling and analysis to a broad audience of students from different backgrounds, not necessarily familiar with the terminology and simulation techniques.

^{[4]}His expertise mainly focuses on the studies of complex systems modeling and optimal control.

^{[5]}ABSTRACT Nowadays, machine learning (ML) algorithms are receiving massive attention in most of the engineering application since it has capability in complex systems modeling using historical data.

^{[6]}There are general recommendations on effective configuration, selection of optimal parameters for the model being developed and practical use of the MATLAB software package functionality in educational programs of specialties and training areas, where the study of disciplines related to model development and various types of complex systems modeling is provided.

^{[7]}We highlight analytic methods and designs, multilevel approaches, complex systems modeling techniques, and qualitative methods that should be more broadly employed and adapted to advance health disparities research and identify approaches to mitigate them.

^{[8]}System dynamics (SD) is a complex systems modeling and simulation approach with wide ranging applications in various science and engineering disciplines.

^{[9]}Based on the theory of system analysis and the theory of complex systems modeling, an approach is proposed to describe the processes of destabilizing effects that allow to take into account the structure of software, to monitor its interface and to exert malicious software effects on it by limiting its availability and integrity while the software components of the software of automated systems.

^{[10]}Number of oscillating components, the rate at which it oscillates, starting and ending time of the oscillation, duration of the oscillation, and strength of the oscillation are some of the features that help to make the decision for different problems such as classification, fault analysis, complex systems modeling, pattern recognition, condition monitoring etc.

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## Dynamic Systems Modeling

The paper contains rich information on the recently used tools for dynamic systems modeling and analysis of nonlinear processes that can be applied to modeling and analyzing other power electronics inverters.^{[1]}Using a dynamic systems modeling approach, we reconcile these experimental findings and identify network bi-stability as a potential regime underlying network burstiness at this age.

^{[2]}Here, a dynamic systems modeling approach is applied after converting the discrete events to regularly sampled time signals.

^{[3]}✓ Dynamic Systems Modeling.

^{[4]}Conclusions Our approach of daily sampling, bacterial density determination and dynamic systems modeling allowed us to infer the independent effects of specific antibiotics on the microbiota of HCT patients.

^{[5]}The present study examined the temporal dynamics of perceived burdensomeness, thwarted belongingness, and suicidal ideation, as moderated by capability for suicide, using dynamic systems modeling analyses in a sample of 91 adults at high risk for suicide (Mage = 27.

^{[6]}Using a dynamic systems modeling approach, we show that SOM INs affect network dynamics through a modulation of network instability and amplification threshold.

^{[7]}It then presents a vision of a more automated future with specific goals in the areas of dynamic systems modeling, system identification and control.

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## Terrestrial Systems Modeling

As simulation system we used the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform TerrSysMP, with the community land-surface model (CLM) coupled to the subsurface model Parflow.^{[1]}In the proposed methodology, spatiotemporally continuous data were obtained from daily terrestrial simulations of the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform (TSMP) over Europe (hereafter termed the TSMP-G2A data set), with a spatial resolution of 0.

^{[2]}After data post-processing the meteorological and hydrological parameters measured on site are directly assimilated into the fully coupled multi-physical numerical model system TSMP (Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform, www.

^{[3]}Ensemble simulations were conducted for three summertime convective storms over a temperate region in northwestern Germany using the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform (TSMP).

^{[4]}We used the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform (TerrSysMP), which couples the meteorological Consortium for Small-scale Modeling (COSMO) model, the land-surface Community Land Model (CLM), and the subsurface ParFlow model, to generate a simulated catchment for a regional terrestrial system mimicking the Neckar catchment in southwest Germany, the virtual Neckar catchment.

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## Dynamical Systems Modeling

This finding reveals a flaw in an implicit but hitherto untested assumption of biomarker discovery efforts and suggests that dynamical systems modeling is useful for directing future clinical studies in precision medicine.^{[1]}This possibility of rapid identification of governing equations provides an exciting opportunity for advancing dynamical systems modeling.

^{[2]}To improve the understanding of interactive decision-making, we propose two modeling techniques: (1) quantum cognition for the taskwork decision-making processes and (2) nonlinear dynamical systems modeling for teamwork processes.

^{[3]}Through dynamical systems modeling, we identified the underlying regulatory mechanism.

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## Information Systems Modeling

Geographic Information Systems modeling and spatial statistics analysis allowed for achieving this aim.^{[1]}In this paper, with focusing on, an integrative conceptual model for information processing and seeking will be developed from the perspective of information systems modeling.

^{[2]}Finally, I use information systems modeling to depict a common viral mechanism underlying the strategies.

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## Energy Systems Modeling

The reduction of multiphysics models via machine learning, mathematical simplification, or regression enables their application in battery management systems and energy systems modeling.^{[1]}Here we demonstrate how integrating energy systems modeling and strategic hydropower planning can resolve conflicts between renewable energy and dam impacts on rivers.

^{[2]}This study presents a noble approach to modeling the power plant retrofit based on the bottom-up formulation of OSeMOSYS, which provides a wide range of flexibility in energy systems modeling.

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## Petroleum Systems Modeling

Summary Interpretation of seismic data combined with petroleum systems modeling highlights the exploration potential of the Angoche for liquid hydrocarbons.^{[1]}1D basin and petroleum systems modeling for the Olga Basin indicates that Early to Middle Triassic sediments reached oil window maturity and represent the most likely source for thermogenic near-surface gas in that area.

^{[2]}To address this question, a survey was conducted at the AAPG Hedberg Research Conference on “The Future of Basin and Petroleum Systems Modeling,” held in Santa Barbara, California, April 3–8, 2016.

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## Ecological Systems Modeling

The modeling approach presented here constitutes an advance in the challenges associated with socio-ecological systems modeling.^{[1]}Improved understanding of this issue requires use of interactive, spatial-explicit social–ecological systems modeling.

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## Physical Systems Modeling

1 Reasearch Unit of Mechanics and Physical Systems Modeling (UR2MPS), Department of Physics, University of Dschang, Dschang P.^{[1]}0, and Work System framework only partly can cover the needs of socio-cyber-physical systems modeling.

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## Power Systems Modeling

Grid-GSP provides an interpretation for the spatio-temporal properties of voltage phasor measurements, by showing how the well-known power systems modeling supports a generative low-pass graph filter model for the state variables, namely the voltage phasors.^{[1]}The procedure of nonsinusoidal modes determining is based on technology of electrical power systems modeling in phase coordinates with application of lacelike networks with fully-meshed topology.

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## Production Systems Modeling

To overcome this, we propose a new production systems modeling paradigm inspired by system identification: calculate production system model parameters that best match the standard system performance metrics measured on the factory floor.^{[1]}The paper proposes a method for production systems modeling for development of decision support systems (DSS) in operational planning.

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## systems modeling language

Specifically, the proposed approach extends behavioral and structural model elements of the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) with a system-theoretic definition of a solution space.^{[1]}The Systems Modeling Language (SysML) is used to describe the behavioural models, the modelling process is described systematically and is also summarized in the form of general-purpose guidelines for later use.

^{[2]}The challenge faced by ExMC was how to present the content in the model to non-modelers in a way they could understand with limited to no training in MBSE or the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) without using the modeling tool.

^{[3]}Towards this direction, it is critical to develop systems modeling languages and tools that accommodate Digital Engineering.

^{[4]}The Systems Modeling Language (SysML) is a standard language to utilize model-based design of SoS and create system models, specifying requirements and system constraints.

^{[5]}Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) is an interdisciplinary scientific approach, which is based on the use of standard representations, such as the systems modeling language SysML, to ensure integration, consistency and traceability between models generated during the systems development process.

^{[6]}This approach is based on the Model-Based Systems Engineering method (MBSE) using the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) where we present the allocations between the functions of each swarm member and the overall swarm behaviors.

^{[7]}The FFIP is improved by using mathematical logic and Systems Modeling Language (SysML).

^{[8]}A framework for applying SEDevOps is introduced as a new systems modeling language profile.

^{[9]}A Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) method was employed in this paper to handle this challenge, and a widely used general-purpose systems modeling language - SysML - was adopted to support the architecting work.

^{[10]}Systems Modeling Language (SysML) is an object management group standard for systems-of-systems engineering.

^{[11]}The use case discussed in this article focusses on the Biomass model, a systems modeling language-based representation of the Biomass Earth-observation mission.

^{[12]}Modeling the MRS has been achieved via two formal Architecture Description Languages (ADLs), which are Systems Modeling Language (SysML) and Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN), to design the system blueprints.

^{[13]}Anwendungsfalle konnen mit der Systems Modeling Language (SysML) modelliert werden.

^{[14]}The UML and the extensions added by the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) provide rich expressive power for embedded systems' developers to closely model these systems.

^{[15]}We contribute in this paper a survey of traceability support within state-of-the-practice tools: seven for programming logic controllers and six for building models in systems modeling language.

^{[16]}The work presented in this paper describes how NASA's Human Research Program's (HRP) Exploration Medical Capability (ExMC) Element has adopted Systems Engineering principles and tools (Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE) and the Systems Modeling Language (SysML)) to develop an initial architecture and requirements for a future exploration medical system.

^{[17]}The software provided here translates system models in the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) [1] to physical interaction and signal fow (also known as lumped-parameter, one-dimensional, or network) fles on two simulation platforms used in many engineering domains.

^{[18]}According to the article, the modeling process of every digital twin can be divided into three stages: the development of SysML (The Systems Modeling Language) diagrams, the use of AnyLogic as a tool for simulation modeling, and the use of MES (Manufacturing Execution System) for communication with production systems.

^{[19]}The OMG standard Systems Modeling Language (SysML) has been on the market for about thirteen years.

^{[20]}The Systems Modeling Language (SysML) represents a significant and increasing segment of industrial support for building critical systems.

^{[21]}The problem is characterized through a semi-formal specification based on artifacts of the Systems Modeling Language (SysML), which is then translated into a formal model based on stochastic time Petri nets.

^{[22]}Although we use the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) as the basis for this book, we begin by discussing and illustrating the primary diagrams of the Unified Modeling Language (UML), which is the root language standard for OO.

^{[23]}Requirement elements in the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) fail to fulfill this objective, as they are really a textual requirement in natural language as a model element.

^{[24]}To illustrate the new proposed structure, we implemented a metamodel using the systems modeling language.

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## systems modeling approach

The proposed models and results presented in this dissertation lay the scientific foundations of urban complexity and resilience, encouraging us to move towards dynamical and complex systems modeling approaches, from conventional static index-based resilience metrics.^{[1]}Using a dynamic systems modeling approach, we reconcile these experimental findings and identify network bi-stability as a potential regime underlying network burstiness at this age.

^{[2]}Here, a dynamic systems modeling approach is applied after converting the discrete events to regularly sampled time signals.

^{[3]}A variety of modeling approaches ranging from empirical to more complex systems modeling approaches have been applied to characterize circadian biology and its influence on drug actions, optimize time of dosing, and identify opportunities for pharmacological modulation of the clock mechanisms and their downstream effects.

^{[4]}Apart from providing immediate relief assistance at the occurrence of natural disasters, what is Indigenous Knowledge Management and Humanitarian Supply Chain for Disaster Mitigation and Sustainable Development in the Eco Communities of India: Holistic Systems Modeling Approach, Handbook of Research on Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Complex Systems, IGI Global Plc.

^{[5]}Ultimately this study proposes the implementation of a fully integrated hydro-systems modeling approach which link the hydrology and the hydraulics of the surface, sub-surface and stormwater infrastructure systems for a better representation of the flood hydrodynamics in urbanized regions.

^{[6]}Using a dynamic systems modeling approach, we show that SOM INs affect network dynamics through a modulation of network instability and amplification threshold.

^{[7]}In this study, a pharmacodynamic systems modeling approach was used to link in vitro bortezomib exposure and myeloma cell death.

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## systems modeling platform

As simulation system we used the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform TerrSysMP, with the community land-surface model (CLM) coupled to the subsurface model Parflow.^{[1]}In the proposed methodology, spatiotemporally continuous data were obtained from daily terrestrial simulations of the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform (TSMP) over Europe (hereafter termed the TSMP-G2A data set), with a spatial resolution of 0.

^{[2]}After data post-processing the meteorological and hydrological parameters measured on site are directly assimilated into the fully coupled multi-physical numerical model system TSMP (Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform, www.

^{[3]}Ensemble simulations were conducted for three summertime convective storms over a temperate region in northwestern Germany using the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform (TSMP).

^{[4]}We used the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform (TerrSysMP), which couples the meteorological Consortium for Small-scale Modeling (COSMO) model, the land-surface Community Land Model (CLM), and the subsurface ParFlow model, to generate a simulated catchment for a regional terrestrial system mimicking the Neckar catchment in southwest Germany, the virtual Neckar catchment.

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## systems modeling framework

This paper proposes a system of systems modeling framework for planning charging infrastructure deployment in intercity transportation networks while considering users' travel behavior and coupling relationships between transportation and power systems.^{[1]}To this end, this article presents a linear layerwise spatially varying (LLSV) systems modeling framework to represent the L2L spatial height evolution of a generic AM process.

^{[2]}This paper emphasizes the importance of considering feedback between climate–water–human society in the systems modeling framework in order to meet societal and ecological challenges.

^{[3]}To meet this scientific challenge, we propose a tiered, system-of-systems modeling framework with these elements: a component-based, software framework that couples a wide range of relevant systems using a modular, system-of-systems structure; a tiered structure with different levels of abstraction that spans bottom-up and top-down approaches; the ability to inform robust decisions in the face of deep uncertainty; and the systematic integration of multiple knowledge domains and disciplines.

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## systems modeling technique

We provide an overview of optimization-based systems modeling techniques for operations researchers and systems modelers for the nexus.^{[1]}The systems modeling technique is used for developing an abstract model to help analyze and understand the functionality of a system.

^{[2]}We highlight analytic methods and designs, multilevel approaches, complex systems modeling techniques, and qualitative methods that should be more broadly employed and adapted to advance health disparities research and identify approaches to mitigate them.

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## systems modeling tool

The dual goal of this Special Issue is to highlight the implementation of computational systems modeling tools for K12 science teachers and students and to address equity and access for student groups who have historically been left out of mainstream research on computational systems modeling [.^{[1]}LCA is a popular systems modeling tool useful for quantifying the total resource inputs and environmental burdens of a particular product or process.

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