A model is an abstract representation of a real system or phenomenon [1]. The idea of a model is to capture important properties of reality and to eglect irrelevant details. The properties that are relevant and that can be neglected depend on the purpose of creating a model. A model can make a particular system or phenomenon easier to understand, quantify, visualize, simulate, or predict.

(2015). Model-driven software engineering in robotics: models are designed to use the relevant things, thereby reducing the complexity and cost in the field of robotics [journal article - articolo]. In IEEE ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION MAGAZINE. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/56024

Model-driven software engineering in robotics: models are designed to use the relevant things, thereby reducing the complexity and cost in the field of robotics

BRUGALI, Davide
2015-01-01

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A model is an abstract representation of a real system or phenomenon [1]. The idea of a model is to capture important properties of reality and to eglect irrelevant details. The properties that are relevant and that can be neglected depend on the purpose of creating a model. A model can make a particular system or phenomenon easier to understand, quantify, visualize, simulate, or predict.
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Brugali, Davide
(2015). Model-driven software engineering in robotics: models are designed to use the relevant things, thereby reducing the complexity and cost in the field of robotics [journal article - articolo]. In IEEE ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION MAGAZINE. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/56024
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