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Topic: Re:Re:Exemplars and Modelling
Posted by: Loren Larsen
Date/Time: 20/12/2002 03:41:22

Thank you John for your very helpful reply.

You wrote "I suggest that you make a distinction between being able to do what the model does and a description of what he or she does - the fully coded representation."

It has been my impression that I was keeping this distinction fairly clear.  It's not obvious to me right now what in my original message caused you to conclude that I can refine/start making this distinction?

I'm curious to know if all the "modelling" you do is through an explicit arrangement with your exemplar or if you also do as I did and simply mimic the exemplar and complete your modelling process without the exemplar ever knowing.  If it is a mix of both aproaches, what criteria do you apply in deciding which approach to take?

Most of your modelling work that I am aware of that has been described publicly involves an explicit arrangement with the exemplar.



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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Exemplars and Modelling19/12/2002 09:06:39Loren Larsen
     Re:Exemplars and Modelling19/12/2002 10:58:35Lewis Walker
          Re:Re:Exemplars and Modelling20/12/2002 05:38:37Loren Larsen
               Re:Re:Re:Exemplars and Modelling20/12/2002 15:05:40Lewis Walker
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Exemplars and Modelling20/12/2002 19:48:41Loren Larsen
     Re:Exemplars and Modelling19/12/2002 18:01:25John Grinder
          Re:Re:Exemplars and Modelling20/12/2002 03:41:22Loren Larsen
     Re:Exemplars and Modelling20/12/2002 00:45:46Harlan Kilstein
          Re:Re:Exemplars and Modelling20/12/2002 02:18:39John Grinder
               Re:Re:Re:Exemplars and Modelling20/12/2002 03:40:25Harlan Kilstein
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Exemplars and Modelling20/12/2002 06:38:59John Grinder

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