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a small-scale representation of something

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one that is worthy of imitation or duplication

to take as a model or make conform to a model

to give form to by or as if by pressing and kneading

conforming to an ultimate form of perfection or excellence

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a type of product

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a person who poses for a photographer or painter or sculptor

representation of something (sometimes on a smaller scale)

a woman who wears clothes to display fashions

the act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale)

plan or create according to a model or models

assume a posture as for artistic purposes

display (clothes) as a mannequin

create a representation or model of

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construct a model of

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worthy of imitation

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Then we test an alternative causal model with an expansion of Inglehart's data set.
One of the most interesting and attractive features of CE is Humphreys' extensive use of the framework of linear causal models in developing his views about causation.
Although the decision-tree model shows a slightly more accurate prediction of the probability of a delay incident, the Bayesian causal model provides more useful information regarding the causal relationships among impact factors and the target variable.
In step 3 the causal model for dependent variables was tested (consumption and relapses).
The main objective of the study was to formulate a causal model on the quality of the doctoral programs in educational management in Region 10.
Accordingly the Rubin Causal Model (RCM) is proposed, cases of observational and experimental studies of causal inference and estimation by matching methods (Rubin, 2006).
The challenges of setting up a "true" causal model can be demonstrated using two examples that have received a lot of attention and are closely related: employee engagement and linkage analysis.
In other words, instead of saying that drugs hook victims, a better causal model for drug abuse is to say that people with significant problems self-medicate.
However, an explicit engagement with this causal model might have allowed a clearer interpretation of the findings, thereby highlighting the policy implications.
Figure 3 shows a causal model in which unobserved variables (v) that affect or are affected by (4) assignment to the treatment group (7) are correlated with unobserved variables (u) that affect the outcome variable of interest (Y), resulting in correlation of T and u, and thus biased estimates of [[beta].
Asymmetries in cue competition in forward and backward blocking designs: Further evidence for Causal Model Theory.
Ultimately cognitive characteristics and opportunity recognition were linked to entrepreneurial decision making, forming a causal model to illustrate the micromechanism of entrepreneurial decision making.
We'll now describe our causal model, experiment, and conclusions on how formal controls affect the bottom line.
It not only leads to the neglect of constitutional issues, but it also poses a direct threat to the validity of the causal model itself.