Definitions for "model"
A representation of a system that allows for investigation of the properties...
A miniature representation of a thing, with the several parts in due proportion; sometimes, a facsimile of the same size; as, a 1/100 scale model of the B-52 bomber.
Something intended to serve, or that may serve, as a pattern of something to be made; a material representation or embodiment of an ideal; sometimes, a drawing; a plan; as, the clay model of a sculpture; the inventor's model of a machine.
Keywords:  epoly, wpoly, mdl, weapons, milkshape
popupid: model](Engine) An object that is not constructed of brushes, but modelled triangles loaded from an .mdl file (a format that is proprietry to Half-Life). Scientists and Apache Helicopters are examples of engine models. In general, the Half-Life engine can handle the render of models much better than it can of brush surfaces. (Note: in r_speeds readouts, the wpoly figure is a measure of brush surfaces, and epoly a measure of model triangles.) (Compile Tools) A Brush Based Entity. Not to be confused with the engine definition of a model, which is in all respects, totally different.
a special construct used in a map, sort of a 3D painting. It makes epolys but not wpolys. Examples- weapons on the ground, player's bodies in HL mods, sometimes non-player characters, like monsters or hostages. Milkshape is the only shareware tool for making custom models. It is considered good manners to thank the author of any custom model you used in your map for the model.
quake-engine construction of polygons. aka MDL. the player, monsters, and weapons are all models. 3d modeling software such as meddle is used to create custom models. to texture the models, a custom skin is drawn and placed on the model. note: the correct term for making models is "modeling" not "modelling". Paul Steed says "modeling", so I'd accept that as canon. see also, Supermodels, Bubbah's monster page, Kray-Zee's modeling guide, or the free models page.
Keywords:  honda, taurus, ford, lebaron, integra
A particular version or design of an object that is made in multiple versions; as, the 1993 model of the Honda Accord; the latest model of the HP laserjet printer. For many manufactured products, the model name is encoded as part of the model number.
The style of the vehicle produced by the manufacturer (Ford Mustang, Chrysler LeBaron, Honda Civic).
The name given to a particular vehicle made by a manufacturer; i.e. some Ford models are Taurus, Explorer and F-150.
A person who poses as a pattern for an artist; as, the artist used his daughter as a model for an Indian maiden.
A person who is employed to wear clothing for the purpose of advertising or display, or who poses with a product for the same purpose; a mannequin{1}; as, a fashion model.
a mannequin or girl who poses for photographers and artists or who shows clothes to customers, journalists; a garment which serves as a pattern for making copies; a garment made in limited numbers using top quality materials and carrying a designer's label
To build a three dimensional object in the computer using 3d modeling and animation software.
A likeness (replica) of a patient's teeth (made of plaster or stone) which can be use to construct tooth appliances or for studying the patient's occlusion (bite).
Brass, wood, plaster, etc., form which serves as a pattern for cutting the die.
Anything which serves, or may serve, as an example for imitation; as, a government formed on the model of the American constitution; a model of eloquence, virtue, or behavior.
To make a copy or a pattern; to design or imitate forms; as, to model in wax.
Mathematical use of data to project experimental results. A small imitation of the real thing; a system of postulates, data, and inferences presented as a mathematical description of an entity or state of affairs.
An executable description of a system or body of knowledge. The execution of such a description; that is, description + the inference engine = model.
is a combination of geometry and appearance attributes; for example a triangle with per-vertex color, or a tetrahedron with 3D textures mapped on it; it is the graphical object that appears in the scene.
System of data, inferences, and relationships, presented as a description of a process or entity.
Explanatory & Analytical Models
An analytical tool used by transportation planners to assist in making forecasts of land use, economic and travel activity.
A type of analytic workspace object that contains a set of interrelated equations, which are used to calculate data and assign it to a variable or dimension value. Models are used frequently when working with financial data. See also dimension member, object, variable.
A theoretical system that represents scientific processes using a set of variables and the quantitative relationships between them.
A formal set of relationships that attempt to represent some processes of the real world. Some models are intended to explain causes and effects of processes, others are tools to estimate or project the results of those processes, even if the processes themselves are not fully understood.
Specific application of a general theoretical view.
A multidimensional structure including calculation rules and data.
A logical model (star schema) that you create from tables and columns in a relational database. You can use the OLAP model to create a metaoutline that generates the structure of a multidimensional database. The DB2 OLAP Integration Server desktop includes a tool called OLAP Metaoutline that you can use to design and create an OLAP model based on a relational data source.
(Data Warehousing Guide; search in this book)
An object composed of one or more faces or patches.
A copy of an object that is often times smaller than the original. Wind tunnel engineers create a model of an aircraft to put in a tunnel. The model is a precise replica of the outside of an aircraft.
an abstraction (simplification) of something that captures its essential characteristics (for some specific purpose) while ignoring unimportant or diversionary details. See also business model, object model, state model, and use case model.
(das) Modell A model resembles in shape and dimensions exactly the object you would like to cast in metal. Depending on the moulding process you will either create a lost model or a permanent pattern (for sand casting). Models for the lost-wax process are obviously made from bee's wax, or nowadays from microccrystalline wax.
A high level category of how color and tonal information is represented. Grayscale, RGB and CMYK are examples of color models. For more in depth information, click here.
The positive shape that represents the final product. The form for making cast stone is produced from a model.
A model value for the option quote is the Bjerksund and Stensland Approximation of the Black-Scholes "fair" value of the option based on the estimated IV from the stock's other options.
The Simple Model calculates the present value of the future dividends that a company is expected to pay to its shareholders by assuming the current dividend increases at the same growth rate that earnings are projected to increase. The Advanced Model calculates the present value of the dividends that are expected in the next five years plus the present value of the estimated share price at the end of the fifth year determined by applying an estimated PE ratio to projected earnings per share in the sixth year.
Keywords:  mwfm, nmos, disco, unified, science
A component of MWFM NMOS. MODEL takes information from the DISCO component about the devices and connections that make up a network and stores that information for reference. MODEL only stores this information; it does not process the information in any way.
see unified science processes
See Process model.
Though bats stay within certain length and weight tolerances, there have been many variations over the last century. Handles and barrels can be either thin or thick. In pro ball, there are probably no more than 40 or 50 different models. I would venture a guess that the majority of players will use one of only a handful of the different available models.
Pre-production sample made with limited emphasis on tolerance to test a design concept. See, also, "Prototype". detects changes in the broad market trend. The Model issues simple, definitive Bullish, Neutral, or Bearish signals in function of the trend.
Keywords:  libwww, rdf, anchor, see
in RDF? (see also: anchor in libwww?)
A Lion Match Co. trademark whose matchcovers appeared in the shape of the company's products that were being advertised. It looked like a giant version of the Lion Contour. First introduced in 1952, it was apparently not very commercially successful, as only a very few varieties are known.
A data structure that represents the real-world Device the faults of which Livingstone diagnoses. Models can be stored in Model File s of several different Model File Format
In the sciences, a model is an estimate of how something works. A model will usually have inputs and outputs that correspond to its real-world counterpart. An ADAPTIVE SYSTEM also contains an implicit model of its ENVIRONMENT that allows it to change its behaviour in anticipation of what will happen in the environment.
Typically a smaller-scale, proportionally reduced version of a larger architectural element.
a small copy of an apparatus or structure made to scale.
A scale model provided by the set designer to help all the technical departments to co-ordinate and plan a production. Used as a reference when building, painting, dressing and lighting the set.
Suitable to be taken as a model or pattern; as, a model house; a model husband.
To plan or form after a pattern; to form in model; to form a model or pattern for; to shape; to mold; to fashion; as, to model a house or a government; to model an edifice according to the plan delineated.
Keywords:  couturier, resale, copy, exact, garment
Any copy, or resemblance, more or less exact.
a garment purchased from a couturier for resale or to be copied and modified for clients.
A base VHost character, which has not been customized by feature, coloring or wardrobe.
Keywords:  brooding, sexy, pretty, unlike, lots
A person who gets paid lots of money for looking pretty, sexy, brooding or all of that at the same time, but thatâ€(tm)s not important right now. Also refers to the particular mobile phone in a product range. Unlike beautiful people, they usually have numbers for names.
A Model is a pre-defined, animated "Base Character", which has not had its appearance changed by the user. Each SitePal account package is bundled a different number of pre-defined models.
the final, approved drawing of a stamp. It can be in the form of a drawing, a sketch, a photograph, a print or engraving, or any combination, or composite, of layers.
One whose image is seen as desirable and/or unique, and is contracted to draw attention to themselves and that which they are displaying.
Keywords:  cosco, seat, infant, carrier, car
The style of car seat which you purchase. (i.e. Cosco Infant carrier: Infant carrier is the model, Cosco is the make)
A name or number designated to aparticular handset in a product range.
The central UML artifact. Consists of various elements arranged in a hierarchy by Packages, with relations between elements as well.
The finished item of origami Some folders dislike this term and call it a "design"
Any financial tool used to analyze a type of transaction or a series of transactions.
The form that the funding programme takes when implemented in practice, once the questions raised in this tool have been answered. Annex E gives examples of various funding models.
Keywords:  wireframe, looks, player, defines, skin
The wireframe model which defines what a player looks like when a skin is applied to it.
Keywords:  mold, artwork, cure, cavity, anything
anything used to cure a cavity in a rubber mold
Original piece (usually of artwork) used to make a mold.
Keywords:  topography, drill, grid, implies, grade
Generally "the model" implies the entire database including drill holes, topography, rock, and grade grids. The term model is also used when referring to a grid, as in "the Gold Grade Model."
Keywords:  malleable, media, shape, build
To shape or build up with malleable media.
A paste-up dummy for a proposed note issue. May or may not be identical to the actual notes issued.
The model is the specific type of vehicle that was made by a particular manufacturer.
This is the type of vehicle eg Golf.
Keywords:  series, manufacturer, group, cars, line
The manufacturer name for a group of cars of the same body type, make, line, and series.
refers to a name that a manufacturer applies to a group of the same type, make, line, series and body type.
Keywords:  sensor, image
An image and its sensor model.
Keywords:  framework, thinking, acting
A framework for thinking and acting.
A person who works in the field of fashion to wear clothes for viewing or who demonstrates or displays other items for consumer interest.
Keywords:  false, idea, true, question, way
A common or effective way of communicating an idea, e.g. a true-false question.
The agent's view of the environment, which maps state-action pairs to probability distributions over states. Note that not every reinforcement learning agent uses a model of its environment.
Keywords:  sentence, say, phrase, correct, word
The correct way to say a word, phrase or sentence.
Keywords:  prostitute, male
a male prostitute.
A model of an expression is an interpretation of that expression under which the expression evaluates to True.
A special type of TREE used as a template for SHOT trees. The model is always designated by shot = -1
Keywords:  thing, measured, standard
That by which a thing is to be measured; standard.
An individual and specific instance of a product type.
Keywords:  content, see
See content model.