1.1.3 Management/Decision Makers
Those involved in a management or decision‑making role for dispersion modeling applications will be especially interested in the remainder of this section, which provides an overview of the models, including their role in various regulatory programs, a brief description of the range of available options, and basic input data and computer hardware requirements needed to run the models. From this information they should understand the basic capabilities of the ISC models well enough to judge the suitability of the models for particular applications. They may also want to review the brief tutorial provided in Section 2 to learn about the nature and structure of the input runstream file, in order to better be able to review the modeling results.
1.1.4 Programmers/Systems Analysts
Programmers and systems analysts, specifically those involved with installing the ISC code on other computer systems or charged with maintaining the code, should review the contents of Volume III. This will acquaint them with the structure and organization of the computer code, give specific details on compiling and linking the code for various situations, and explain in detail the memory storage requirements and control of input and output (I/O). They may also wish to review the remainder of this Introduction and the brief tutorial in Section 2 of this volume in order to have a basic understanding of the nature and overall capabilities of the models, and to understand the basic input runstream file structure and organization.
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