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Model calibration is the process of adjustment of the model parameters and forcing within the margins of the uncertainties (in model parameters and / or model forcing) to obtain a model representation of the processes of interest that satisfies pre-agreed criteria (Goodness-of-Fit or Cost Function).
This definition is based on practical experience in modelling surface water behaviour. See also Reduction of uncertainties through Data Model Integration (DMI)