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Model may refer to more than one thing :

  • In mathematics, particularly in set theory, a model is some concrete realization of a set of axioms (in a sense this is the opposite of the previous definiton). See model theory.
  • In science, technology, and leisure for models as physical representations see model (physical). Similitude (model) is testing criteria of a model to insure that results are applicable to the real thing.
  • A scale model is a replica or prototype of an object built either for research or as a hobby, usually built smaller than the existing or intended thing, though can equally be built larger to illustrate something that would otherwise be hard to see.
  • In neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) modelling refers to the systematic unpacking and sequencing of the conscious and unconscious processes. See modeling (NLP).

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