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    The Power of Models and Modeling

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    The Power of Models and Modeling Models have evolved since the turn of the century. There are models for most any item or system that exists. Developments in mathematics have enabled the world of models to explode. Now most everything can be modeled using some sort of mathematics. Agriculture is field that must rely on predictions. The Farmers Almanac is a source of information that allows one to predict upcoming events. The data in the Almanac is used to model events, especially hydrologic

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    The Modeling of Salt Water Intrusion

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    The Modeling of Salt Water Intrusion What is Salt Water Intrusion? Salt water intrusion, or encroachment, is defined by Freeze and Cherry (1979) as the migration of salt water into fresh water aquifers under the influence of groundwater development. Salt water intrusion becomes a problem in coastal areas where fresh water aquifers are hydraulically connected with seawater. When large amounts of fresh water are withdrawn from these aquifers, hydraulic gradients encourage the flow of seawater

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    3D Modeling Concepts Course Evaluation I learned a lot about 3D modeling and ways it can be used. The class first started on September 6, where I was introduced to Klee Miller, a man that actually had worked on a motion picture, The Polar Express. I have to say, I was quite impressed, considering that's what I wanted to get into at the time. I came to University thinking that I wanted to work a lot with 3Ds Max and create many special features for movies, such as Klee Miller did, but now things

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    Modeling a Sample of Radioactive Decay on Material Using Dice Aim: To model the sample of radioactivity decay on material, using dice. Method: To use 600 dice and roll them up to the decided throw number of 14. This is going to be used as an example to show how the decaying of radioactive material works. Results: A results table for the number of dice remaining graph: Throw number Number of dice remaining Average 1 84 83 90 90 79 82 84.6 2 72

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    Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a process involving the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places. Building Information Models (BIMs) are files (often but not always in proprietary formats and containing proprietary data) which can be exchanged or networked to fortify decision-making about a place. Current BIM software is utilized by individuals, businesses and regime agencies who plan, design, construct, operate and maintain

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    Data modeling is used to represent the system visually. It describes how data should be used to meet certain requirements given by the user. (Ref) This helps to ensure that all the requirements of the system have been met. There are numerous types of models used for different reasons, including logical and physical models. Each type of modeling has a specific purpose and is essential to the overall project. Some modeling describes the logic of the system, while others show the flow of information

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    My New(ish) Interest: 3-D Modeling

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    Since I did my topic over world-building I have to say always an interest of mine to go along with this, and that happens to be 3-D Modeling. Creature design has always been a passion of mine, along with Sci-fi and Fantasy, my favorite thing in movies seeing the models of the creatures and other fictional objects in motion, the environment they are within almost seeming believable. Wondering how long it must of took them to do the concept work for the model before they started to make the body, the

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    study, the context, the problem scope and, the most important, research directions. This is what we aim to achieve in this literature review on Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN). The Business Process Modeling Notation is an important area for business process modeling. It allows business modeler to have a standard approach to modeling the business system in a high-level understanding on business processes. The BPMN 1.0 was released to the public in 2004, and was developed by Business Process

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    UML (Unified Modeling Language) is a universal modeling language in the field of software engineering. It is designed to provide a standard way to visualize the design of a system allowing the programmer to visually see what is required for the software he/she is working on. Many people believe that UML is not important to learn. That it is simply just a time consuming task, and in some cases that is true. But while UML can be time consuming, it can help multiple people understand the essence of

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    What is UML (slide 1) Unified Modeling Language is a language for the designing an object oriented system. UML was meant to be a unifying language enabling IT professionals to model computer applications. UML notation set is a language and not a methodology. This is important, because a language, as opposed to a methodology, can easily fit into any company's way of conducting business without requiring change. It is means for Technical architects to communicate with developers. UML provides several

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