Information Modeling and Representation
Information modeling is an activity which abstracts and represents the important characteristics of a complex system in a form which makes those characteristics understandable and accessible to a variety of people and computer tools.
KeywordsConceptual Design Information Modeling Express Language Flip Chip Geometric Entity
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