Five Rules for Effective Architecture Models

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Architects use modeling for a variety of different purposes: to help analyze problems, to conceptualize solutions, to formalize specifications, and to communicate concepts and solutions, just to name a few. And today’s modeling tools make the job of creating models faster and easier.

Yet too often, architects will pour all of their efforts into creating ‘great’ models, only to find that they sit in a binder on a shelf somewhere and don’t get used. So how do they know if the model is successful, correct or complete? What are the tricks to creating effective architectural models? 

In this paper, Mike Rosen will go through five basic rules about models and modeling to guide architects and help them with their concepts and solutions.

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