Sample Thesis Paper
Modeling allows for a mode of inquiry to be developed pertaining to the area in which it is being used. By bringing together the logical, mathematical and physical characteristics that a phenomenon possess, a model allows for an in-depth analysis which gives a birds-eye view of the scenario and allows for the detection of sinks where resources are being over used or under used.
In general terms, a model presents the conceptual staging of a phenomenon that is already present in real life. It is the conceptual reincarnation of an occurrence or a frequent series of occurrences that exist in the real world. The most common example of a model is a map (Powell & Baker, 2008). A map presents the very core of concepts that establish the foundations of modeling. It allows for a quantitative representation of numerous qualitative aspects that exist in the real world.