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Parameter Sensitivities

Group /input/sensitivity

NSENS

Number of sensitivities to be computed

Type: int

Range: \(\geq 0\)

Length: 1

SENS_METHOD

Method used for computation of sensitivities (algorithmic differentiation)

Type: string

Range: \(\texttt{ad1}\)

Length: 1

Group /input/sensitivity/param_XXX

SENS_UNIT

Unit operation index

Type: int

Range: \(\geq 0\)

Length: \(\geq 1\)

SENS_NAME

Name of the parameter

Type: string

Length: \(\geq 1\)

SENS_COMP

Component index (\(-1\) if parameter is independent of components)

Type: int

Range: \(\geq -1\)

Length: \(\geq 1\)

SENS_PARTYPE

Particle type index (\(-1\) if parameter is independent of particle types)

Type: int

Range: \(\geq -1\)

Length: \(\geq 1\)

SENS_REACTION

Reaction index (\(-1\) if parameter is independent of reactions)

Type: int

Range: \(\geq -1\)

Length: \(\geq 1\)

SENS_BOUNDPHASE

Bound phase index (\(-1\) if parameter is independent of bound phases)

Type: int

Range: \(\geq -1\)

Length: \(\geq 1\)

SENS_SECTION

Section index (\(-1\) if parameter is independent of sections)

Type: int

Range: \(\geq -1\)

Length: \(\geq 1\)

SENS_ABSTOL

Absolute tolerance used in the computation of the sensitivities (optional). Rule of thumb: \(\texttt{ABSTOL} / \texttt{PARAM_VALUE}\)

Type: double

Range: \(\geq 0.0\)

Length: \(\geq 1\)

SENS_FACTOR

Linear factor of the combined sensitivity (optional, taken as \(1.0\) if left out)

Type: double

Range: \(\mathbb{R}\)

Length: \(\geq 1\)