What is modeling?

  • (noun): The act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale).
    Synonyms: model, modelling
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on modeling:

Meta Edit+ - Work Flow
... consists of two separate tools MetaEdit+ Workbench, a tool for designing modeling languages ... MetaEdit+ Modeler, a tool for using modeling languages ... MetaEdit+ Workbench is used by a few key developers to design a project-specific modeling language ...
Goal Modeling - Principles
... Goal modeling is especially useful in the early phases of a project ... realizable goals Deals with conflicts goal modeling can identify and help to resolve tradeoffs between cost, performance, flexibility, security and other goals ... Goal modeling can also reveal divergent interests between stakeholders ...
Frameworks For Business Architecture - The Object Management Group
... Modeling standards of the Object Management Group (OMG), including the Unified Modeling Language (UML), Model Driven Architecture (MDA), Business Motivation Model (BMM ... The BAWG Modeling Workgroup is currently working to develop a standard framework for business architecture that is aligned with the Business Architecture Guild Business Architecture ...
Jack Mackenroth - Modeling
... In 2008, Mackenroth also had a cameo appearance in the Sex and the City movie as "Hot Guy #17.". ...
Jennifer Connelly - Life and Career - Child Modeling and Early Film Appearances
... Her parents sent a picture of her to the Ford Modeling Agency, which shortly after added her to its roster ... Connelly began modeling for print advertisements before moving on to television commercials ... In an interview with The Guardian, she revealed that, after having done a bit of modeling, she had no aspirations to become an actor ...

More definitions of "modeling":

  • (noun): A preliminary sculpture in wax or clay from which a finished work can be copied.
    Synonyms: modelling, molding, moulding

Famous quotes containing the word modeling:

    The computer takes up where psychoanalysis left off. It takes the ideas of a decentered self and makes it more concrete by modeling mind as a multiprocessing machine.
    Sherry Turkle (b. 1948)