Either acting as behavioral model for others, as when doing demonstration, or the process of making explicit the sequences of thoughts and behavior that enable someone to perform a skill or task. Modeling is the basis of both NLP and accelerated learning.
This scaffolding technique clarifies procedures through direct experience, and provides concrete examples of what a student's finished product should look like. The main idea here is that any task that is introduced for the first time should be modeled, and that students need to be given clear samples of what is requested of them for imitation.
Neuro-linguistic programming approaches to human learning have led to the development of a method of NLP modelling (Bander & Grinder 1975, 1976; Grinder & Bostic St Clair 2001). This theory holds that masters of a skill often fail to take into account the implicit processes involved in carrying out complex skills when they are teaching novices. To combat these tendencies, NLP modeling projects are designed to unconsciously assimiate the tacit processes.
The creation of a physical representation or mathematical description of an object, system or problem that reflect the function s or characteristic s of the item involved. Model building may be view ed as both a science and an art. [D03023] RMW
In bioinformatics, modeling usually refers to molecular modeling, a process whereby the three-dimensional architecture of biological molecules is interpreted (or predicted), visually represented, and manipulated in order to determine their molecular properties. (general) A series of mathematical equations or procedures which simulate a real-life process, given a set of assumptions, boundary parameters, and initial conditions.
In a loose sense, modeling simply refers to creating a simplified representation of something else. A model can be a picture, a diagram or a mathematical formula. In the sense of business process modeling, the term is referred to a diagrammatic representation of how work is done. In a rigorous sense, a model must specify formal relationships and assumptions that can be tested.
Using mathematical methods to simulate processes to predict results. In the context of exposure assessment, any mathematical method describing a physical system used to predict the concentration of specific chemicals as a function of space and time subject to transport, intermedia transfer, storage, and degradation in the environment.
means a mathematical or physical simulation, the former often accomplished with the aid of a computer, that is applied to evaluate relationships of rainfall/runoff, runoff pollution, sediment transport, or other physical-process aspects of stormwater planning.
An investigative technique that uses a mathematical or physical representation of a system or theory that accounts for all or some of its known properties. Models are often used to test the effects of changes of system components on the overall performance of the system. Source: EPO.
An investigative technique using a mathematical or physical representation of a system or theory, usually on a computer, that accounts for all or some of its known properties. Models are often used to test the effect of changes of system components on the overall performance of the system.
is an investigative technique which uses a mathematical or physical representation of a system or theory to test for effects that changes in system components may have on the overall functioning of the system. Mathematical modeling using computers plays a major role in climate research, by simulating how Earth's climate will respond to changes in atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases.
( mathematical) describing a physical phenomenon by logical principles characterized with quantitative relationships, e.g., formulas, whose parameters may be measured (or experimentally determined)... Explore
To represent how a business works and functions in such a way that it can productively be used as a means to simulate the real world. Executives, planners, managers and analysts use modeling to simulate and test operational and financial planning assumptions. Modeling is fundamental to decision making.
Applying structured rules and procedures to one or more spatial database overlays to conduct spatial and/or network analysis to derive new information to aid in problem solving and planning. Schematic description of a system, theory, or phenomenon that accounts for its known or inferred properties and may be used for further study of its operational characteristics. Process of simulation, prediction and description involving changing the parameters and generating/communicating new model results. Using spatial or network overlays to simulating a process to predict outcomes to what-if scenarios.
In sculpture, the building up of a figure or design in a soft substance such as clay or wax. In painting and drawing, producing a three-dimensional effect by changes in color, the use of light and shade, etc.
Modeling is the process of estimating the value of a point based on surrounding data. Generally, modeling produces a two or three- dimensional grid or model which is subsequently analyzed. Modeling can also be used to compare known vs. estimated values as in point validation.
In painting, the process of creating the illusion of three-dimentionality on a two-dimensional surface by use of light and shade. In sculpture, the process of molding a three-dimensional form out of a malleable substance.
In sculpture, the technique of building up a form by an additive process of shaping and enlarging with a material such as clay. In drawing, painting, and other TWO-DIMENSIONAL media, the depiction of a solid or THREE-DIMENSIONAL form, usually achieved through the representation of light and shadow.
A process involving use of spreadsheets via a computer which provides reasonable answers to 'what if' scenarios. This is used primarily by magazines balancing the costs and productivity of multiple means to maintain or build circulation.
(v and n) Often referred to as geometric modeling, which is both a process and a product. Modeling is used to analyze preliminary and final design solutions, as well as provide input to the production process in the form of a computer database. Modeling is a product since it is a result of the design process, which uses graphics as a tool to visualize possible solutions and to document the design for communications purposes.
in computer visualization, the processes of creating the data structures used to represent objects and scenes, usually using special-purpose software; distinct from the process of "rendering" to create images
the process of understanding the thoughts and actions that enable someone to accomplish a task excellently. The process of unpacking your own and others' conscious but especially unconscious strategies in order to duplicate the results achieved.
The activity of recreating the functions and aspects of a model. When a novice sales person watches an expert make a sales call, and then mimics the expert's tone and wording, he or she is exhibiting a modeling process.
The act or art of making a model from which a work of art is to be executed; the formation of a work of art from some plastic material. Also, in painting, drawing, etc., the expression or indication of solid form.