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Topic: Re:Re:NLPmodeling vs NLPapplication
Posted by: Martin Messier
Date/Time: 31/07/2003 19:34:16

Hi Robert,

Geez, thanks to you and a few others, my ppd (postings per day) rate is skyrocketing!

I appreciate your points. Indeed, if used as a trademark, NLPapplications could provide a useful distinction between content and process models.

Speaking of which, could you provide an example of a model that you consider to be content? How do you define a content model? What about a process model? The more we talk about it, the less I feel I have accurate command of those concepts...

Rock on!


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
NLPmodeling vs NLPapplication31/07/2003 16:59:57Martin Messier
     Re:NLPmodeling vs NLPapplication31/07/2003 17:59:35Robert Ballentine
          Re:Re:NLPmodeling vs NLPapplication31/07/2003 19:34:16Martin Messier
               Re:Re:Re:NLPmodeling vs NLPapplication31/07/2003 21:35:47doug
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:NLPmodeling vs NLPapplication31/07/2003 23:48:07Tony
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:NLPmodeling vs NLPapplication01/08/2003 00:14:46pat
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:NLPmodeling vs NLPapplication01/08/2003 03:28:22Tony
               Re:Re:Re:NLPmodeling vs NLPapplication01/08/2003 12:41:38Robert Ballentine

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