Philosophy and Technology 27 (3):491-494 (2014)

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John Symons
University of Kansas
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This paper provides a reply to articles by Nicola Angius and Guiseppe Primiero responding to our paper “Software Intensive Science”
Keywords Software intensive science  Computational models
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DOI 10.1007/s13347-014-0172-9
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