Definitions for "Models"
These girls are supposedly magazine models or some times ex-actresses. You can find them in massage establishments such as Poseidon, New Cleopatra or Champ Elysee.
There are various different models which seek to represent how an intervention changes important socio-economic variables. Such models are normally taken from previous research. The main types of models are: (i) input-output models, which allow a researcher to systematically examine the linkages between the different parts of an economy, as the inputs of one industry can be thought of as the outputs of other industries; (ii) microeconomic models, which are designed to examine the behaviour of households and firms in specific industries and markets using equations which represent the supply and demand functions for a particular good or service; (iii) macroeconomic models, which are used to model the behaviour of the economy as a whole and the evolution of important macroeconomic variables (such as inflation, employment, growth and the trade balance) over time; and, (iv) statistical models, which are frequently used to examine relationships between specific programme effects. See also data analysis, statistical analysis.
To dream of a model, foretells your social affairs will deplete your purse, and quarrels and regrets will follow. For a young woman to dream that she is a model or seeking to be one, foretells she will be entangled in a love affair which will give her trouble through the selfishness of a friend.
an organization of dedicated, experienced, and professional talent specifically intended for projects in the fashion, commercial, and entertainment industries
A person stationed in an exhibit to demonstrate a product, provide attraction to booth or greet visitors. (Note: This term is falling into disuse.) See TALENT.
Keywords:  lnd, ocn, cpl', atm, ice
always ``atm lnd ice ocn cpl'' currently.
General theories which explain a large part of the field of inquiry within a scientific discipline.
useful way of describing and explaining interrelationships of ideas; can be mental, physical, and/or verbal representation of an idea; represent what we know about an idea or concept; under constant change as new data are obtained
There are many parallels between biological systems in many types of creatures, so this has led to the establishment of a number of "model organisms". Scientists reproduce features of a disease of interest in an organism and then study it. For example, inserting the gene for HD into a mouse means that it will produce the altered HD protein in the brain. This creates an HD mouse model. To do the same experiments with people would be very time-consuming, not to mention unethical, but the consistent use of these models allows us to test ideas about biology in a reproducible way.
Keywords:  pmml, predict, bmps, regression, neural
There are many models that are used to evaluate the effectiveness of BMPs. Development of the first model to estimate soil erosion was started in the 1930's. It has been used to predict sediment losses and to plan conservation measures for farms.
Predictive models are used for scoring. Their input is a feature vector and the output is a score. Tree-based classifiers, logistic regression and neural networks are examples of predictive models. Predictive models are described in the Predictive Model Markup Language (PMML). We usually do not distinguish between a predictive model and a more general model such as a rule based model and refer to both as predictive models or simply model. Both can be expressed in PMML.
A model (or process query) is a function that takes a track as the argument and produces a score as output. The higher the score, the more likely the modeled scenario is occurring.
Sculptures purchased in either kit form or preassembled; static and unarticulated, as opposed to true action figures; often called PVCs.
Various models of microorganisms, organs and other bodily parts as well as plant and animal forms are available through school science supply distributors (and occasionally from drug manufacturers.) In addition, miniature reproductions of works of art and architecture are available. The American Printing House for the Blind sells a set of 19 rectangular models representative of invertebrate animals and plant phyla.
A model is used to represent different actors and processes in the urban environment.
In NOMOS, annotations are represented as assertions about the data, which are grouped into collections of assertions called models. Each of these models is generally referred to as a session. More specific information about models is available in the section on semantic annotation.
save the geometry of your object and the lighting information. Objects within the model can be rearranged, colored and modified.
Tentative schemes or structures that correspond to real objects, events, or classes of events, and that have explanatory power.
Subdirectory of the LDRAW folder created when the ldraw027.exe archive is extracted. This is the default location for all LDraw models.
Keywords:  chesapeake, bay, chopped, picture, clip
a picture of Chesapeake Bay chopped up into thousands of small "cells" not all the same size
3D objects (clip art, pictures, and text) that make up a scene.
Models were an alternative rock group from Melbourne, Australia, formed in August 1978 and splitting in 1987. Although often referred to as "The Models", the group's correct title was simply "Models".
Keywords:  fea, pre, enhancement, read, option
an enhancement that provides the option to pre-read an FEA model
Keywords:  dna, learn, great, replication, way
a great way to learn about DNA structure and function
a great way to learn about DNA structure, function, and replication
Mathematical algorithms used to describe industrial or natural processes. Control models approximate natural processes and use real time adaptation factors for increased reliability in industrial environments.
A mathematical representation of the world, which can be manipulated for forecasting and estimation purposes.
a good reminder that building outward from your content works
Models are scaled down versions of the invented subject matter. They are generally not admitted as part of a patent application.
The white plaster records of your teeth, which come from the impressions.