This technical report describes the design of a RAND simulation model that has been adapted specifically to address general and flag officer (GFO) management subject to provisions of the Duncan Hunter National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2009. The Act introduced the joint pool rubric, which provides for the
Mathematical modelling is the process of formulating an abstract model
in terms of mathematical language to describe the complex behaviour of
a real system. Mathematical models are quantitative models and often
expressed in terms of ordinary differential equations and partial differential
equations. Mathematical models can also be statistical models,
fuzzy logic models and empirical relationships. In fact, any model description
using mathematical language can be called a mathematical
Organizational diagnostic models: A review & synthesis review is to examine several organizational diagnostic models which have been conceptualized in the research literature, including the burke litwin model of organizational performance and change. In order to understand these models, a brief explanation of organizational diagnosis is warranted.
The UML can be used to describe the complete development of relational and object relational
from business requirements through the physical data model. However, modeling of the
physical data model must express a detailed description of the database. This is done using Rational’s
Data Modeling Profile for the UML2
Using GIS to create descriptive models of the world
--representations of reality as it exists.
Using GIS to answer a question or test an hypothesis.
Often involves creating a new conceptual output layer, (or table or chart),
the values of which are some transformation of the values in the
descriptive input layer.
--e.g. buffer or slope or aspect layers
Ecotoxicological models have been applied increasingly to perform chemical risk assessments since the first models of this kind emerged about 25 years ago. The first ecotoxicological models were applied to very specific cases — for instance, cadmium contamination of Lake Erie or mercury contamination of Mex Bay, Alexandria. The models were inspired by the experience gained in ecological modeling and therefore contained good descriptions of ecological processes. Slightly later, the so-called fate models emerged, which were first developed by McKay and others.
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This book has two main goals: to provide a unifed and structured overview of this growing field, as well as to propose a corresponding software framework, the OpenTL library, developed by the author and his working group at TUM-Informatik.
The main objective of this work is to show, how most real-world application scenarios can be naturally cast into a common description vocabulary, and therefore implemented and tested in a fully modular and scalable way, through the defnition of a layered, object-oriented software architecture.
[ Team LiB ] 6.1 Continuous Assignments A continuous assignment is the most basic statement in dataflow modeling, used to drive a value onto a net. This assignment replaces gates in the description of the circuit and describes the circuit at a higher level of abstraction.
‘Climate models’ is a very broad topic, so a single volume can only offer a small
sampling of relevant research activities. This volume of 14 chapters includes
descriptions of a variety of modeling studies for a variety of geographic regions by an
international roster of authors.
The climate research community generally uses the rubric ‘climate models’ to refer to
organized sets of computer instructions that produce simulations of climate evolution.
It is often said that computers are revolutionizing science and engineering.
By using computers we are able to construct complex engineering
designs such as space shuttles. We are able to compute the properties
of the universe as it was fractions of a second after the big bang. Our
ambitions are ever-increasing. We want to create even more complex
designs such as better spaceships, cars, medicines, computerized cellular
phone systems, and the like. We want to understand deeper aspects
of nature. These are just a few examples of computer-supported modeling
The first column of Table 2 (Model 1) shows the results of the maximum likelihood estimate of
the logistic model applied to the pool of data from over the five year period studied. The
model includes a constant forcing a variable to be left out of each block of characteristics to
avoid perfect multicollinearity from occurring. The constant determines the PD of the excluded
loans11. The characteristics of the excluded loan are: financial credit, in euros, long term (over
five years), without collateral, 1993, construction sector and lent by a bank in a certain region.
Scientific perception of nature relies on a process
of transforming data to information, and then
information into understanding. Data consist of
observations and measurements and information
is data organized according to some ontology,
i.e. some set of assumptions about what entities
exist and how they should be classified. Understanding
is a model in the investigator’s mind that
describes how the entities relate to each other,
a model created in the investigator’s mind as a
result of thinking.
The aim of this work is to present some preliminary results of an investigation in course on the typology of the morphology of the native South American languages from the point of view of the formal language theory. With this object, we give two contrasting examples of descriptions of two Aboriginal languages ﬁnite verb forms morphology: Argentinean Quechua (quichua santiague˜ o) and Toba.
We have attempted to explain the concepts which have been used and
developed to model the stochastic dynamics of natural and biological systems.
While the theory of stochastic differential equations and stochastic processes
provide an attractive framework with an intuitive appeal to many problems
with naturally induced variations, the solutions to such models are an active
area of research, which is in its infancy. Therefore, this book should provide
a large number of areas to research further.
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or trigram Hidden Markov Model (HMM). Ravi and Knight (2009) achieved the best results thus far (92.3% word token accuracy) via a Minimum Description Length approach using an integer program (IP) that ﬁnds a minimal bigram grammar that obeys the tag dictionary constraints and covers the observed data.
Since the early Sixties and Seventies it has been known that the regular and context-free languages are characterized by definability in the monadic second-order theory of certain structures. More recently, these descriptive characterizations have been used to obtain complexity results for constraint- and principle-based theories of syntax and to provide a uniform model-theoretic framework for exploring the relationship between theories expressed in disparate formal terms.