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Q: Explain the concept of modeling. How does a model describe known data and predict future data? how do models break down? can you think of an example?
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User: Explain the concept of modeling. How does a model describe known data and predict future data? how do models break down? can you think of an example?

Weegy: What to consider when planning your model? Audience Who is sitting across the table from you? 1) Person who likes to go through the nitty gritty? They are good at providing feedback 2) Person who likes to help? 3) Person who is good at think [ abstractly? Beyond considering your audience for this document, consider how you will communicate the following and why you want to communication these to the client. Dan pointed out that sometimes the best audience for a concept model is himself and he doesn't show them to clients. Core Message 1) You've got too much going on here 2) What concepts (nouns) are talking to each other? 3) This is what I think the site should be 4) There are meaningful relationships here. Collaboration 1) Sharing for feedback 2) Requires some planning Purpose 1) Describes the structure 2) Shows the big picture So What? Be prepared to speak to why you are having the client review this document. Be as specific as you can when communicating the results with them. It is often better to have the Concept Model in your back pocket and tell a story to the client while drawing the concept model, piece by piece, with them. The role of concept models in various project stages Concept Models in Discovery 1) Creating relationships between users and users needs 2) States the domain 3) Identifies what is missing 4) May have simple visual language 5) May have too many relationships included 6) May create a visual distinction between known and unknown Concept Models in Strategy 1) Context setting: Where does it fit in the big picture? 2) May highlight one aspect of a product 3) Vision setting: Defines the end goal. 4) May skimp on detail 5) May choose relationships to demonstrate improvement area ]
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