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Model Documentation - IMACLIM
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Model information
Institution Centre international de recherche sur l'environnement et le développement (CIRED), Societe de Mathematiques Appliquees et de Sciences Humaines (SMASH)
Concept Hybrid: general equilibrium with technology explicit modules. Recursive dynamics: each year the equilibrium is solved (system of non-linear equations), in between two years parameters to the equilibrium evolve according to specified functions.
Solution method Imaclim-R is implemented in Scilab, and uses the fonction fsolve from a shared C++ library to solve the static equilibrium system of non-linear equations.
Anticipation Recursive dynamics: each year the equilibrium is solved (system of non-linear equations), in between two years parameters to the equilibrium evolve according to specified functions.


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