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Attribute-value system

An attribute-value system is a basic knowledge representation framework comprising a table with columns designating "attributes" and "rows" designating "objects". Each table cell therefore designates the value of a particular attribute of a particular object.

Cloth modeling

Cloth is a woven or felted fabric made from wool, cotton, or a similar fiber. Cloth modeling is the term used for simulating cloth within a computer program, usually in the context of 3D computer graphics. The main approaches used for this may be classified into three basic types: geometric, physical, and particle/energy.

Correlation function (statistical mechanics)

In statistical mechanics, the correlation function is a measure of the order in a system, as characterized by a mathematical correlation function. Correlation functions describe how microscopic variables, such as spin and density, at different positions are related. More specifically, correlation functions quantify how microscopic variables co-vary with one another on average across space and time. A classic example of such spatial correlations is in ferro- and antiferromagnetic materials, where the spins prefer to align parallel and antiparallel with their nearest neighbors, respectively. ...

EconMult

EconMult is a general fleet model to be used in fisheries modelling. EconMult has been developed since 1991 as a part of the Multispecies management programme by the Norwegian Research Council at the Norwegian College of Fishery Science.

EconSimp

EconSimp is a bioeconomic management model of the Barents Sea fisheries. It consists of two modules modelling respectively the Barents Sea ecosystem and the Norwegian fleet structure and activity. The ecosystem module is the multispecies model Aggmult developed at the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research and the fleet module is EconMult.

Fa (concept)

Fa is a concept in Chinese philosophy that covers ethics, logic, and law. It can be translated as "law" in some contexts, but more often as "model" or "standard." First gaining importance in the Mohist school of thought, the concept was principally elaborated in Legalism. In Han Feis philosophy, the king is the sole source of fa, taught to the common people so that there would be a harmonious society free of chance occurrences, disorder, and "appeal to privilege". High officials were not to be held above fa, nor were they to be allowed to independently create their own fa, uniting both exe ...

                                     

ⓘ Conceptual models

  • The term conceptual model may be used to refer to models which are formed after a conceptualization or generalization process. Conceptual models are often
  • conceptual model in the field of computer science is a special case of a general conceptual model To distinguish from other types of models it is also
  • make it inflexible. If that person s world changes, the model must change. Conceptual data models take a more abstract perspective, identifying the fundamental
  • many forms of conceptual systems including laws, theories, and models Those conceptual systems may be developed through inductive reasoning, deductive
  • Beverley Skeggs Conceptual proliferation Conceptual history Conceptual necessity Conceptual schema Conceptual metaphor Conceptual model Conceptual blending Conceptual
  • Conceptual interoperability is a concept in simulation theory. However, it is broadly applicable for other model - based information technology domains.
  • Logico - linguistic modeling is a method for building knowledge - based systems with a learning capability using conceptual models from soft systems methodology
  • modeling can be used for building conceptual models that are then populated using mathematical relationships. Prior to the advent of computer models
  • Conceptual art, also referred to as conceptualism is art in which the concept s or idea s involved in the work take precedence over traditional aesthetic
  • Conceptual blending, also called conceptual integration or view application, is a theory of cognition developed by Gilles Fauconnier and Mark Turner.
  • A conceptual graph CG is a formalism for knowledge representation. In the first published paper on CGs, John F. Sowa Sowa 1976 used them to represent