Model

• (n.) 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. • (n.) A person who poses as a pattern to an artist. • (n.) Any copy, or resemblance, mor...
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(1) Generalization of reality. (2) System describing how a phenomenon functions. (3) Mathematical representation of a system from which predictions or inferences can be made.
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(from the article `myth`) The function of models in physics, biology, medicine, and other sciences resembles that of myths as paradigms, or patterns, of the human world. In ... The process of dissection was early taken to its limit in the kinetic theory of gases, which in its modern form essentially started with the ... The example o...
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(from the article `set theory`) ...axiom when a meaning has been assigned to `set` and `,` as specified by , is either true or false. If each axiom is true for , then is called a ... ...is possible to transform certain semantic problems into sharper syntactic problems. It has been asserted, for example, that non-Euc...
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1. A representation of something, often idealised or modified to make it conceptually easier to understand. ... 2. Something to be imitated. ... 3. In dentistry, a cast. ... Origin: It. Midello, fr. L. Modus, measure, standard ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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noun someone worthy of imitation; `every child needs a role model`
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theoretical account noun a hypothetical description of a complex entity or process; `the computer program was based on a model of the circulatory and respiratory systems`
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(computing) In computing, set of assumptions and criteria based on actual phenomena, used to conduct a computer simulation. Models are used to predict the behaviour of a system such as the movement of a hurricane or the flow of goods from a store. In industry, they are important tools for test...
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[abstract] ==Overview== This group is going to work on the hospitals, med schools, pharmacy schools, chiropractics schools, healthcare companies, and lal other medicine related articles in the St. Louis series. ==Participants== ...
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[art] An art model is a model who poses for any visual artist as part of the creative process. The most common types of art works which use models are figure drawing, figure painting, sculpture and photography, but almost any medium may be used. Art models are often paid professionals who pose or provide the human figure in a work of art. T...
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[manhwa] Model (모델 `Model`) is a romantic thriller manhwa created by Lee So-young (이소영), which follows Korean artist, Jae, through 7 volumes as she dabbles into the vampire world of Michael, digging in his past to find how best to paint his portrait. ==Plot summary== Jae (Jiye in the Korean manhwa) is a Korean art student living i...
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[people] A model (from Middle French modelle), is a person with a role either to promote, display, or advertise commercial products (notably fashion clothing) or to serve as a visual aide for people who are creating works of art. Modelling (`modeling` in American English) is considered to be different from other types of public performance,...
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Mod'el adjective Suitable to be taken as a model or pattern; as, a model house; a model husband.
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Mod'el intransitive verb (Fine Arts) To make a copy or a pattern; to design or imitate forms; as, to model in wax.
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Mod'el noun [ French modèle , Italian modello , from (assumed) Latin modellus , from modulus a small measure, dim. of modus . See Mode , and confer Module .] 1. A miniature representation of a thing, with the several parts in due proportion; ...
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Mod'el transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Modeled or Modelled ; present participle & verbal noun Modeling or Modelling .] [ Confer French modeler , Italian modellare .] To plan or form after a patt...
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A copy of an object that is n times smaller than the fullsize object. See also: Mathematical Model.
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A mathematical representation of a process, system, or object developed to understand its behavior or to make predictions. The representation always involves certain simplifications and assumptions.
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A model in a Rails application is typically a representation of a database table. It is used for storing, querying, and manipulating data in the application.
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A model is a type or set of types that meets the requirements of a concept. An integer pointer is a
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A person with a role either to promote, display, or advertise commercial products (notably fashion clothing), or to serve as a visual aid for people who are creating works of art.
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A practical description of how something works, whose purpose is to be useful.
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A proportional representation of an object in any scale.
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A representation of a system, process, IT service, configuration item etc. that is used to help understand or predict future behaviour.
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a representation of something, often on a smaller scale
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