Modeling


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Modeling

The process of creating a depiction of reality, such as a graph, picture, or mathematical representation.

Modeling

The process of creating a coherent picture on diverse amounts of data. Modeling often involves the use of charts and is important in technical analysis. See also: Forecasting.
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Another major modeler, Eqecat, also made changes to WORLDCATenterprise--its modeling software platform that enables clients to assess and quantify potential damages and losses from wind, earthquake, flood, wildfire, terrorism, among other perils.
A number of questions arose, but three stand out as examples of ways in which modeling can help to clarify assumptions.
We have also neglected the effects of paint application in our modeling.
Mathematical modeling is based on the relationship between the mold, material, and molding machine.
Further, by discovering new risk identifiers or new relationships between current risk identifiers, predictive modeling also can identify new ways to segment risks.
GMPT's Manufacturing Analysis Group worked with the Defiance, Ohio-based GMPT foundry to validate the core modeling software on a production core blowing machine.
An emergent property of this collaborative agreement is progress toward a comprehensive understanding of the determinants of site-specific cancer trends at the population level and a better understanding of the science of modeling.
If all the modeling companies offered this capability, it would result in a seamless integration of catastrophe modeling into the insurer's operation and enable them to take advantage of all the models with little additional work," he said.
Stochastic modeling requirements for financial reporting, pricing and risk management are causing a growing desire to benefit from the move towards high performance computing.
a pioneer in developing catastrophe models in the late 1980s, has released a physical-based model capable of simulating European windstorms in three dimensional space using the actual physics of the atmosphere, said Karen Clark, president and chief executive officer of the Boston-based modeling firm.
Modeling the acute toxicity of chemicals to Daphnia magna: a probabilistic neural network approach.

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