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Concordance: A Framework for Managing Model Integrity

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Concordance : A Framework for Managing Model Integrity. / Rose, Louis M.; Kolovos, Dimitrios S.; Drivalos, Nikolaos; Williams, James R.; Paige, Richard F.; Polack, Fiona A. C.; Fernandes, Kiran Jude.

2010. 245-260.

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Rose, LM, Kolovos, DS, Drivalos, N, Williams, JR, Paige, RF, Polack, FAC & Fernandes, KJ 2010, 'Concordance: A Framework for Managing Model Integrity' pp. 245-260.

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Rose, L. M., Kolovos, D. S., Drivalos, N., Williams, J. R., Paige, R. F., Polack, F. A. C., & Fernandes, K. J. (2010). Concordance: A Framework for Managing Model Integrity. 245-260.

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Rose LM, Kolovos DS, Drivalos N, Williams JR, Paige RF, Polack FAC et al. Concordance: A Framework for Managing Model Integrity. 2010.

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Rose, Louis M. ; Kolovos, Dimitrios S. ; Drivalos, Nikolaos ; Williams, James R. ; Paige, Richard F. ; Polack, Fiona A. C. ; Fernandes, Kiran Jude. / Concordance : A Framework for Managing Model Integrity.

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