modelling

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Nükleer Bilimler) modelleme
modelleyerek
(Dilbilim) örnekleme
{f} modelle
{i} modelcilik
{i} biçimlendirme
(isim) biçimlendirme
model yapma
model yapmak
mankenlik
model
model
model
manken

Bir manken olmanın hayalini kurardım. - I used to dream about becoming a model.

Favori moda mankenin kim? - Who's your favorite fashion model?

modelling agency
mankenlik ajansı
modelling clay
modelleme kıl
modelling and simulation
(Askeri) modelleme ve simülasyon
model
meşk
model
modellik etmek
model
kalıp
model
misal
model
eşantiyon
model
mostralık
model
hanım hanımcık
model
taslam
model
örnekçe
model
küçültü
model
kendine örnek almak
model
mankenlik yapmak
model
(Ticaret) kuram
model
örnek kimse
model
(Ticaret) tip
modeling
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) modelleme
solid modelling
katı cisim modellemesi
conceptual modelling
kavramsal modelleme
model
kalıbını çıkarmak
model
{f} modelle

Bugün moda modellerinin çok zayıf olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think fashion models today are too thin.

Eski modelle karşılaştırıldığında bunu kullanmak çok daha kolaydır. - Compared with the old model, this is far easier to handle.

model
modellik yapmak
modeling
{i} modelcilik
modeling
{f} modelle
Modeling
mankenlik
knowledge modelling
bilgi modelleme
model
{i} numune
modeling
modelleyerek
modeling
modelaj
advanced surface modelling
(Tıp) ileri yüzey modelleme
basin modelling
havza modelleme
behavior modelling
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) davranış modelleme
behaviour modelling
davranış modelleme
hydrologic modelling
hidrolojik modelleme
model
{i} örnek

Pek örnek alınacak birisi olmadım. - I haven't been much of a role model.

Genç üvey erkek kardeşi için örnek insan oldu. - He has become a role model for his younger stepbrother.

model
{s} örnek olan
model
örnek tutulacak kimse
model
modelini yapmak
model
model modellik yap/yap
model
{f} --ed/--led
model
{i} güz. san. model
model
{f} örneğe göre yapmak
model
örnek tutulmaya lâyık
model
şekil
model
{f} model yapmak
model
{f} biçimlendirmek
model
resim
model
{i} örnek, örnek kimse/şey
model
arketip
model
biçimlemek
model
fotomodel
modeling
(isim) modelini yapma
modeling
{i} modelini yapma
modeling
modellik
proprietary modelling
(Ticaret) bir şirketin kendine özgü
proprietary modelling
(Ticaret) tescilli model
proprietary modelling
(Ticaret) tescilli modeli
solid modelling
kati cisim modellemesi
structural modelling
(Dilbilim) yapısal modelleme
three dimensional modelling
(3D) uc boyutlu modelleme
İngilizce - İngilizce
Alternative spelling of modeling
Present participle of model
Analysing a situation and converting it into a computer model to analyse its operation See 'Model (computer)' 'Hypothesis testing', 'Gaming', 'Prediction'
In sculpture, the shaping of a form in some plastic material, such as clay or plaster; in drawing, painting, and printmaking, the rendering of a form, usually by means of hatching or chiaroscuro, to create the illusion of a three-dimensional form
in GIS, it is used generally to refer to any operation involving the representation and manipulation of spatial data, particularly in composition of new features and coverages through the process of overlay (Burrough, 1986 and Tomlin 1990) It also has another meaning in the mainstream of system sciences, modelling involves simulation based on processes, which give rise to system structures (Batty, et al 1994) In this research both definitions of modelling are employed
Modelling involves creating a numerical representation of an existing situation or set of circumstances, whilst simulation involves predicting new situations or circumstances In both cases, a model is produced that provides a numerical representation of the situation or circumstances being studied Modelling and simulation are common activities carried out with the use of spreadsheet software See Spreadsheet
The process of physically placing your dog in a desired position Advantages - speeds up the initial training Disadvantages - has to be faded; takes the responsibility away from the dog; physical touch masks learning; may set up resistance in some dogs
The capture of the electrical and functional behavior of a circuit within a computer program which is then used to test the response of the circuit to various input data without actually fabricating the chip
the act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale)
A set of tools and techniques used to predict the performance of a specified system under a given volume and variety of work Modelling is used to predict the availability and performance of services See also Analytical Modelling, Simulation Modelling
forward modelling computes the respective gravity or magnetic responses to a given geological model This may then be compared with the observed responses for the section to determine the accuracy of the input model (see also Interpretation, 2D, 2 5D and 3D modelling ) back
An investigative technique that uses a mathematical or physical representation of a system _ such as a global physico-chemico system, global physico-chemico-biologic system, an agricultural operation, a petroleum refinery, or a temperate forest ecosystem _ to explore its potential characteristics and limits Many models (or system representations) are programmed as computer simulations of causes and effects within the system These models are often used to test the effects of a change in system components on the overall performance of the system For example, models of global or regional climate may be used to attempt to simulate the effects on temperature of a change in the concentration of greenhouse gas emissions (Source: Mintzer, 1992)
The process of imitating the behavior of others [2]
{i} forming, fashioning; act of displaying or posing (for fashion, art, etc.) (also modeling)
a preliminary sculpture in wax or clay from which a finished work can be copied
technique of behaviour therapy in which the client learns by watching someone else perform the behavior Learning and change occur through imitation
An analytical technique using simulated processes to explain the impact of one or more factors on a number of outcomes
a stage after the principle underlying forms (see bosting) have been established Secondary and further forms are carved, gradually refining the carving and leading on to final detailing
modelling clay
Alternative spelling of modeling clay
modelling clay
soft moldable substance that never hardens, type of clay used to create sculptures and figurines
model
To make a miniature model of

He takes great pride in his skill at modeling airplanes.

model
The structural design of a complex system

The team developed a sound business model.

model
A style, type, or design

He decided to buy the turbo engine model of the sports car.

model
Being a small copy of something

A model airplane.

model
A miniature representation of a physical object

The boy played with a model of a World War II fighter plane.

model
To be a model

The actress used to model before being discovered by Hollywood.

model
A praiseworthy example to be copied, with or without modifications

British parliamentary democracy was seen as a model for other countries to follow.

model
A simplified representation used to explain the workings of a real world system or event

The computer weather model did not correctly predict the path of the hurricane.

model
An interpretation function which assigns a truth value to each atomic proposition
model
Worthy of being a model; exemplary

He was a model student.

modeling
The learning of a new skill by copying other people
modeling
The construction and use of a computer model of a physical system
modeling
The representation of depth in a two-dimensional image
model
{v} to fashion, shape, mold, delineate
model
{n} a copy, pattern, representaton, mold
freeform surface modelling
(Bilgisayar) Freeform surface modelling is the art of engineering Freeform Surfaces with a CAD or CAID system
Agent Oriented Modelling Technique
AOMT, technology to build agent programs
computer modelling
the use of computer images that are models of real things, used to help improve the way that something is designed or to solve a problem
model
A miniature representation of a thing, with the several parts in due proportion; sometimes, a facsimile of the same size
model
representation of something (sometimes on a smaller scale)
model
A visual, mathematical, or three-dimensional representation in detail of an object or design, often smaller than the original A model is often used to test ideas, make changes to a design, and to learn more about what would happen to a similar, real object
model
A system that describes or predicts an associated process based on the definition of variables, rules and equations A properly-defined model enables analyzing the possible effects of changes in the underlying process based on changes in the model
model
construct a model of; "model an airplane"
model
{f} display; example, exhibit; mold, design, shape
model
someone worthy of imitation; "every child needs a role model"
model
the act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale) representation of something (sometimes on a smaller scale) a type of product; "his car was an old model"
model
+ modelling mod·el·ling She was being offered a modelling contract
model
Suitable to be taken as a model or pattern; as, a model house; a model husband
model
A mathematical and geometric projection of activity and the interactions in the transportation system in an area This projection must be able to be evaluated according to a given set of criteria which might include land use, economics, social values, and travel patterns
model
something to be imitated; "an exemplar of success"; "a model of clarity"; "he is the very model of a modern major general"
model
An interpretation in which expressions of interest to us (e g a wff, a set of wffs, a system) come out true for that interpretation See interpretation; isomorphism of models; true for an interpretation Cardinality of a model The cardinality of the domain of the model See domain Model of a wff or set of wffs An interpretation, I, that makes those wffs true for I Model of a formal system An interpretation, I, that makes its set of theorems true for I A model of a system is a model of its set of theorems Non-standard model Weakly, any non-standard interpretation that is a model Strongly, any model that is not isomorphic with the intended (standard) model See isomorphism of models Normal model A normal interpretation that is a model See interpretation, normal
model
A model of a system or process is a theoretical description that can help you understand how the system or process works, or how it might work. Darwin eventually put forward a model of biological evolution
model
a representation of a system or process
model
Something intended to serve, or that may serve, as a pattern of something to be made; a material representation or embodiment of an ideal; sometimes, a drawing; a plan; as, the clay model of a sculpture; the inventor's model of a machine
model
If someone models for an artist, they stay still in a particular position so that the artist can make a picture or sculpture of them. Tullio has been modelling for Sandra for eleven years
model
A miniature representation of
model
In fisheries science, a description of something that cannot be directly observed Often a set of equations and data used to make estimates
model
A graphical representation of the thing that is to be made, modified, or understood Some of such things cannot be actually observed and felt until they are built while some others cannot be easily understood without the models A preliminary design work that serves as a plan from which a final product is to be made Models are used to understand, design, and then construct complicated things or concepts such as buildings, machines, and computers, programs that run on the computers, aircrafts, processes, and theories
model
(Ticaret) A system that describes or predicts an associated process based on the definition of variables, rules and equations. A properly-defined model enables analyzing the possible effects of changes in the underlying process based on changes in the model
model
a representation of a set of components of a process, system, or subject area A model is generally developed for understanding, analysis, improvement, and/or replacement of the process
model
A person who serves as a subject for artwork or fashion, usually in the medium of photography but also for painting or drawing
model
An object (of the EOModel class) that defines, in Entity-Relationship terms, the mapping between enterprise object classes and the database schema This definition is typically stored in a file created with the EOModeler application A model also includes the information needed to connect to a particular database server
model
A simplified representation (usually mathematical) used to explain the workings of a real world system or event
model
To display an object for others to see, especially in regard to wearing clothing while performing the role of a fashion model
model
To use as an object in the creation of a forecast or model
model
worthy of imitation; "exemplary behavior"; "model citizens"
model
A simplified representation or description
model
mod·el models modelling modelled in AM, use modeling, modeled
model
a type of product; "his car was an old model"
model
A model is the actual data representation for the information at hand Examples are the structural model and the style model representing the parse structure and the style information associated with a document The model might be a tree, or a directed graph, or something else
model
A representation of a set of components of a process, system, or subject area, generally developed for understanding, analysis, improvement, and/or replacement of the process [GAO] A representation of information, activities, relationships, and constraints [Treasury Enterprise Architecture Framework]
model
the act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale)
model
A person who poses as a pattern to an artist
model
A fashion model is a person whose job is to display clothes by wearing them. Paris's top photographic fashion model
model
a woman who wears clothes to display fashions; "she was too fat to be a mannequin"
model
approval If you say that someone or something is a model of a particular quality, you are showing approval of them because they have that quality to a large degree. A model of good manners, he has conquered any inward fury
model
If you model yourself on someone, you copy the way that they do things, because you admire them and want to be like them. There's absolutely nothing wrong in modelling yourself on an older woman They will tend to model their behaviour on the teacher's behaviour
model
A prototype or surrogate of a complex situation It can be a physical model, such as an architectural model of urban design, or a mathematical model of interactions of many variables It is used in simulations for relating various components together or can be a stand alone tool to evaluate different approaches using different assumptions Recent use of personal computer tools allows many types of software to effectively answer questions such as "what if I increase the growth rate"; these too are models
model
To create from a substance such as clay
model
An analytical tool (often mathematical) used by transportation planners to assist in making forecasts of land use, economic activity, travel activity and their effects on the quality of resources such as land, air and water
model
form in clay, wax, etc; "model a head with clay"
model
{s} ideal, serving as an example, worthy of emulation
model
A model is a system that is being used and that people might want to copy in order to achieve similar results. He wants companies to follow the European model of social responsibility
model
A model is a particular case of the Modeling Relation which commutes That is it is a successful encoding of a percept (our mind's "image" of a causal event in the real world) into a formal system, the use of that formal system to "explain" the causal event in the real world, and a decoding back to the real world to compare and confirm the congruence between the implication in the formal system and the causal event in nature [Don Mikulecky, Dec 21, 2000]
model
Anything which serves, or may serve, as an example for imitation; as, a government formed on the model of the American constitution; a model of eloquence, virtue, or behavior
model
Serving as an example of something
model
plan or create according to a model or models display (clothes) as a mannequin; "model the latest fashion"
model
a representative form or pattern; "I profited from his example"
model
If someone models clothes, they display them by wearing them. I wasn't here to model clothes She began modelling in Paris aged
model
A circulation model is any mathematical simulation used to forecast overall financials and circulation levels or revenue Although most modeling today is done with computers, some companies still work models manually, with spreadsheets List modeling is the practice of using statistical tools, such as regression analysis (see definition), to identify particularly good or poor prospects for the purpose of enhancing response
model
A particular model of a machine is a particular version of it. To keep the cost down, opt for a basic model The model number is 1870/285
model
create a representation or model of; "The pilots are trained in conditions simulating high-altitude flights"
model
A model of an object is a physical representation that shows what it looks like or how it works. The model is often smaller than the object it represents. an architect's model of a wooden house. a working scale model of the whole Bay Area I made a model out of paper and glue. Model is also an adjective. I had made a model aeroplane. a model railway
model
If someone such as a scientist models a system or process, they make an accurate theoretical description of it in order to understand or explain how it works. the mathematics needed to model a nonlinear system like an atmosphere
model
A mathematical formula designed to price an option as a function of certain variables - generally stock price, striking price, volatility, time to expiration, dividends to be paid, and the current risk-free interest rate The Black-Scholes model is one of the more widely used models
model
a person who poses for a photographer or painter or sculptor; "the president didn't have time to be a model so the artist worked from photos"
model
A quantitative representation of the relationships among the entities in a system, often used to make predictions about the system For example, scientists at the HBEF have developed models to predict how future pollution levels may affect stream acidity The model predicts that as sulfate emissions drop, stream acidity will drop
model
assume a posture as for artistic purposes; "We don't know the woman who posed for Leonardo so often
model
To plan or form after a pattern; to form in model; to form a model or pattern for; to shape; to mold; to fashion; as, to model a house or a government; to model an edifice according to the plan delineated
model
A system of postulates, data, and inferences presented as a mathematical description of a phenomenon such as an actual system or process The actual phenomenon is represented by the model in order to explain it, to predict it, and to control it
model
An artist's model is a person who stays still in a particular position so that the artist can make a picture or sculpture of them
model
assume a posture as for artistic purposes; "We don't know the woman who posed for Leonardo so often"
model
a way to represent a system for the purposes of reproducing, simplifying, analyzing, or understanding it The standard representation in the Renewable Resource Data Center is the computer model, but models can be made of any substance such as clay, paper, abstract mathematics, or concepts
model
a simplified description of a complex entity or process; "the computer program was based on a model of the circulatory and respiratory systems"
model
If one thing is modelled on another, the first thing is made so that it is like the second thing in some way. The quota system was modelled on those operated in America and continental Europe She asked the author if she had modelled her hero on anybody in particular
model
means a resource that is a physical or abstract representation of something else Examples are a physical scale model of a building or a conceptual business model More help
model
Any copy, or resemblance, more or less exact
model
If you model shapes or figures, you make them out of a substance such as clay or wood. There she began to model in clay Sometimes she carved wood and sometimes stone; sometimes she modelled clay see also role model. covering law model Model T New Model Army standard model
model
{i} example, pattern, template, exemplar; one who models (clothing, etc.); one who sits as a subject for an artist; person whose work is to show clothes by wearing them; replica, miniature; paragon, ideal
model
A representation of reality used to simulate a process, understand a situation, predict an outcome, or analyze a problem A model is structured as a set of rules and procedures, including spatial modeling tools that relate to locations on the Earth's surface
model
An important function of data mining is the production of a model A model can be descriptive or predictive A descriptive model helps in understanding underlying processes or behavior For example, an association model describes consumer behavior A predictive model is an equation or set of rules that makes it possible to predict an unseen or unmeasured value (the dependent variable or output) from other, known values (independent variables or input) The form of the equation or rules is suggested by mining data collected from the process under study Some training or estimation technique is used to estimate the parameters of the equation or rules
model
plan or create according to a model or models
model
display (clothes) as a mannequin; "model the latest fashion"
model
A representation of a process or system that can be controlled to demonstrate the effects that various actions will have on the process or system
model
That by which a thing is to be measured; standard
model
To make a copy or a pattern; to design or imitate forms; as, to model in wax
model
approval You use model to express approval of someone when you think that they perform their role or duties extremely well. As a girl she had been a model pupil = exemplary
model
vuosimalli
modeling
The act or art of making a model from which a work of art is to be executed; the formation of a work of art from some plastic material
modeling
In a loose sense, modeling simply refers to creating a simplified representation of something else A model can be a picture, a diagram or a mathematical formula In this book, we have used modeling in the sense of business process modeling - to create a diagrammatic representation of how work is done In a rigorous sense, a model must specify formal relationships and assumptions that can be tested
modeling
An investigative technique using a mathematical or physical representation of a system or theory that accounts for all or some of its known properties Models are often used to test the effect of changes of system components on the overall performance of the system
modeling
The activity of recreating the functions and aspects of a model When a novice sales person watches an expert make a sales call, and then mimics the expert's tone and wording, he or she is exhibiting a modeling process
modeling
A process by which the characteristics of one signal are applied to another Roland's advanced COSM modeling creates realistic emulations of popular and classic microphones, guitars, guitar amplifiers and studio reference speakers
modeling
Duplicating certain functions of a chip to ensure that they operate properly
modeling
Using mathematical methods to simulate processes to predict results In the context of exposure assessment, any mathematical method describing a physical system used to predict the concentration of specific chemicals as a function of space and time subject to transport, intermedia transfer, storage, and degradation in the environment
modeling
The profession of someone who models clothes
modeling
providing the observer with a walk-through sample of a process or a level of expectation Especially helpful in making concepts or strategies or standards less abstract
modeling
sculpture produced by molding
modeling
Analyzing the specific behaviors and thinking patterns of another person or system in order to duplicate their successful results
modeling
The representation of a physical system by a set of mathematical relationships that allow the response of the system to various alternative inputs to be predicted
modeling
is an investigative technique which uses a mathematical or physical representation of a system or theory to test for effects that changes in system components may have on the overall functioning of the system Mathematical modeling using computers plays a major role in climate research, by simulating how Earth's climate will respond to changes in atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases
modeling
Either acting as behavioral model for others, as when doing demonstration, or the process of making explicit the sequences of thoughts and behavior that enable someone to perform a skill or task Modeling is the basis of both NLP and accelerated learning
modeling
"Development of a mathematical or physical representation of a system or theory that accounts for all or some of its known properties Models are often used to test the effect of changes of components on the overall performance of the system" (EPA 1992, 18)
modeling
The use of mathematics to describe a situation or a physical object Mathematical formulas can be used to manipulate data, to develop business plans and projections, or to evaluate the impact of proposed changes on a company's operations and financial status
modeling
The process of creating a representation of real or abstract objects
modeling
the act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale)
modeling
The use of statistical analysis, computer analysis, or model organisms to predict outcomes of research
modeling
{i} forming, fashioning; act of displaying or posing (for fashion, art, etc.) (also modelling)
modeling
present participle of model
modeling
Modeling is defined as The process of construction or modification of a model (AIAA G-077-1998)
modeling
In computer graphics, the process of plotting the locations of the points that make up the dimensions of an object in three dimensional space
modeling
The art of sculpting models from clay etc. to create a representation of something
modeling
The computation and quantitative methods by which a product is evaluated The models can be capable of measuring performance, effects of variation and potential failure modes None Modeling used if problems in production occur Variation modeling used at the end of the design cycle to check where problems may occur Variation modeling used early in the design stages The models are continually updated and design alternatives are considered to remove potential problems
modeling
The representation of the attributes of the earth's surface in a digital database The studying of landscape processes using mathematical algorithms written in computer code
modeling
a preliminary sculpture in wax or clay from which a finished work can be copied
modeling
The process of creating a depiction of reality, such as a graph, picture, or mathematical representation
modeling
the expression or indication of solid form
modeling
Also, in painting, drawing, etc
modeling
Use of mathematical equations to simulate and predict real events and processes
modeling
The act or process of generating an abstract description of a system to simplify the analysis of the system The abstract description must be suitable for use with the appropriate analysis tool (SM*)
modeling
Representing aspects of a system as a set of standardized diagrams; these are created by following principles of systematic representation
modeling
Demonstrating to the learner how to do a task, with the expectation that the learner can copy the model Modeling often involves thinking aloud or talking about how to work through a task
modeling
Modeling is the first step for creating a computer generated image Models can be created using a Computer Aided Design computer program or by scanning a physical model into the computer Once a model has been input into the computer subsequent computer image production steps can be followed
Türkçe - İngilizce

modelling teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

model
model
model
pattern

Tom thought he saw a pattern. - Tom bir model gördüğünü düşündü.

Tom noticed a pattern. - Tom bir model fark etti.

model
vintage

Is this a vintage car? - Bu eski model bir araba mı?

Did you find these at a vintage clothing shop? - Bunları bir model giyim mağazasında mı buldun?

model
{i} sitter
model
{i} archetype
model
{i} mannequin
model
{i} form
model
version
model
layout
model
mockup
model
style
model
modal
model
sample
model
templet
model
fashion model
model
specimen
Model
dummy
model
shape
model
(Konuşma Dili) spitting image, carbon copy
model
(fashion) model (person)
model
(artist's) model
model
type

This is same type of camera as the one I lost. - Bu, kaybettiğim kamera ile aynı model.

This watch is a new type. - Bu kol saati yeni bir model.

model
poser
model
fashion magazine; magazine containing fashion plates and dressmaking patterns
model
pattern (used in foundry work)
model
manikin
model
design

He wants to be a Lego model designer when he grows up. - Büyüyünce Lego model tasarımcısı olmak istiyor.

model
exemplar
model
type specimen
model
standard
model
style, type, model
model
norm
model
stencil
model
copybook
model
lay figure
model
model; scale model
model
guide
model
fashion plate
modelling