Some articles on models, model:
... The following list of home-market models were produced between 1962 and 1967 in the Moulton factory at Bradford-on-Avon and in the BMC car factory at Kirkby, Liverpool ... After the Raleigh take-over in 1967 (see below), the models changed to just the Major and Major Deluxe only ...
... Some models built in 2005 and all later models received one more design change, an elongated magazine release ...
... In the late 1980s a research institute compared twelve leading macroeconomic models available at the time ... They compared the models' predictions for how the economy would respond to specific economic shocks (allowing the models to control for all the variability in the real world this was a test of model vs ... model, not a test against the actual outcome) ...
... Several models of the 3851 were available ... All of the units were also available in the "B models" which added a second controller for on-line backups, as well as offline storage ...
... of a general finite difference groundwater flow model ... Many other models have been developed to work with MODFLOW input and output, making linked models which simulate several hydrologic processes possible (flow and transport models, surface water and ...
Famous quotes related to models:
“The parents who wish to lead a quiet life I would say: Tell your children that they are very naughtymuch naughtier than most children; point to the young people of some acquaintances as models of perfection, and impress your own children with a deep sense of their own inferiority. You carry so many more guns than they do that they cannot fight you. This is called moral influence and it will enable you to bounce them as much as you please.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)
“French rhetorical models are too narrow for the English tradition. Most pernicious of French imports is the notion that there is no person behind a text. Is there anything more affected, aggressive, and relentlessly concrete than a Parisan intellectual behind his/her turgid text? The Parisian is a provincial when he pretends to speak for the universe.”
—Camille Paglia (b. 1947)
“Today it is not the classroom nor the classics which are the repositories of models of eloquence, but the ad agencies.”
—Marshall McLuhan (19111980)
“... your problem is your role models were models.”
—Jane Wagner (b. 1935)
“The greatest and truest models for all orators ... is Demosthenes. One who has not studied deeply and constantly all the great speeches of the great Athenian, is not prepared to speak in public. Only as the constant companion of Demosthenes, Burke, Fox, Canning and Webster, can we hope to become orators.”
—Woodrow Wilson (18561924)