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# Tag Archives: model thinking

## Reflections on Abstractions: Subsumption I

We’re going to look at a subsumptional mapping from lhs original to rhs model. We will get four cases of subsumption as in figure (strictest cases), which now can be developed into a continuum with the four cases as corner points. Continue reading

## Stachowiak’s K-System of Modelling

Beyond the colloquial fundamental model properties Stachowiak gives a more formal definition of model: “Explication of the Concept of Model” … Continue reading

## Modelling and Abstraction on Twitter in 2012 (so far)

Some tweets I enjoyed, on Model Thinking, Open Access, Modelling and Software Engineering Continue reading

## Lecture Notes on Model Thinking IV

*Some lecture notes/ scribble on Model Thinking by Scott E. Page. Lecture “Segregation and Peer Effects”, Part 2: “Schelling’s Segregation Model”: * Schelling built a model and executed it in order to analyse the empirical phenomenon of segregation … Continue reading

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## Lecture Notes on Model Thinking II

*Some lecture notes/ scribble on Model Thinking by Scott E. Page. Lecture Intro, Part 3: “Thinking more clearly”:* This part points out that modelling is about naming the parts that are relevant to the purpose of the model … Continue reading

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Tagged abstraction, Business Analysis, communication, Complexity, equilibrium, Lecture, Lecture Notes, model, model thinking, Modelling, Page, Scott E Page, Scott Page, Thinker, thinking
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## Lecture Notes on Model Thinking I

Some lecture notes/ scribble on Model Thinking by Scott E. Page. Lecture Intro, Part 2: “Intelligent Citizens of the World”: George Box: ‘essentially all models are wrong, but some are useful … Continue reading

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Tagged abstraction, George Box, Lecture, Lecture Notes, model, model thinking, Modelling, Page, Philip E. Tetlock, Scott E Page, Scott Page, Thinker, thinking
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## Human centric Modelling

There is a modelling at the low-end, that we use every day a million times, and there is modelling at the high-end with comprehensive concepts like UML, MDD etc. Both are good to have. Perhaps approaching the modelling topic from the low-end would make it easier accessible for most of the software practitioners. Continue reading

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Tagged abstraction, abstraction awareness, computational thinking, Language, mda, mdd, model, model thinking, Modelling, modelling theory, software modelling, thinking, Tool, UML
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