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Modeling By Example @ Massachusetts Institute Of Technology 2007
modeling by example @ massachusetts institute of technology 2007
. specific examples, constructing general models is challenging and error-prone. Modeling By Example (MBE) is a new tool designed to help programmers construct general models faster and without errors. Given an object model and an acceptable, or included, example, MBE generates near-hit and near-miss examples. mental goal model. The marked examples form a training data-set from which MBE constructs the user's general model. By generating examples dynamically.

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Modeling By Example Lucy Mendel
modeling by example lucy mendel
.fic examples, constructing general models is challenging and error-prone. Modeling By Example (MBE) is a new tool designed to help programmers construct general models faster and without errors. Given an object model and an acceptable, or included, example, MBE generates near–hit and near–miss examples. mental goal model. The marked examples form a training data-set from which MBE constructs the user’s general model. By generating examples dynamically.

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Modeling By Example: Problems And Solutions
modeling by example: problems and solutions
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Model Analysis Of Fine Structures Of Student Models: An Example
model analysis of fine structures of student models: an example
INTRODUCTION Over the past two decades, a significant amount of research has been conducted on students’ use of incorrect reasoning in solving physics problems.1 This reasoning has been described as preconceptions, misconceptions, alternative concepts, etc. At both college and pre-college levels, studies have shown that the formation and application of this reasoning are strongly context dependent.2–5 In problem-solving situations, the context setting of the problems can have a significant influence on .

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Models Fact: Examples From Marketing
models fact: examples from marketing
., so as in fact to build up an theory or model. empirically-based Two examplesfrom marketingare used in this paperto illustratethese three standfirstly sonking itself, secondly the mere searchfor ard approachesto model-buildingg: and as statistical significance an end in itself, and.

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