Monthly Archives: May 2017

Do you understand what you are modelling? (#37)

By |2018-10-22T17:33:35+11:00May 18th, 2017|Modelling principles, Newsletter|

Pipe networks can be simple or complex.  That seems like an obvious statement, but I probably don’t mean what you initially thought I meant.  At one time, I was working with software which was basically a modelling toolkit.  This toolkit could be used to provide customised software which would model specific types of networks such [...]

Good rules or bad rules? (#36)

By |2018-10-22T17:42:52+11:00May 12th, 2017|Modelling principles, Newsletter|

Many years ago when I was taking a degree course in Mechanical Engineering, I remember my first real brush with data modelling and computers. It was getting used to data input for computer programs where data had to be put in the correct format to be read by the program. In those days, input was [...]

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