Brief summary of what.
In general, write the abstract as one sentence from each major section. So, one intro, one methods, one validation/results, and one conclusions.
More details about why and how.
Background and Scope
Include where the models originated and why we chose them.
Initialize, setup, tune, conditions, stabilization, etc.
Include a data flow diagram.
Features and Capabilities
Include a discussion about model fidelity.
Table with symbols (if needed).
Include a circuit diagram.
How changes in the patient affect the model.
How the homeostatic methodology works.
How does this system interact with other systems?
Any discussion about system outputs?
Assumptions and Limitations
Include irreversible states.
Results and Conclusions
Often through unit tests.
Validation - Resting Physiologic State
Use the auto-generated table.
Explain the good and the bad, note why the bad is either being addressed or okay.
Validation - Conditions
Include validation tables.
Validation - Actions
Include validation tables and plots.
Validation - Assessments
1-2 sentences for each of the following: sum up what we have done, have we advanced the state of the art (hint: yes), note the worst and how it is being addressed or why it is ok, note the best stuff, why is this is good step, who will find this useful
What else is in the works.
Improvements to existing methodology planned. Include a why statement. Need to know why this improvement is a good thing to do, what is gained.
What should be updated and why.
Define terms and acronyms.
Data Model Implementation
Link to associated classes.
Include a tree showing the compartments.