||แบบจำลอง, หุ่น [สิ่งแวดล้อมน้ำ]; แบบถ่ายภาพ, หุ่น, รุ่น, แบบ [วิชาถ่ายภาพ]; ตัวแบบ, แบบจำลอง [คอมพิวเตอร์, เทคโนโลยีสารสนเทศ]; หุ่นจำลอง [ช่างก่อสร้าง]
||(english) Connection is similar to the concept of support, except that connection refers to a relationship between members in a structural model. A connection restrains degrees of freedom of one member with respect to another. For each restrained degree of freedom, there is a corresponding force transferred from one member to the other; forces associated with unrestrained degrees of freedom are zero. See fixed connection and pin connection.
||(english) An idealized concept meaning something which does not deform under loading. In fact, all objects deform under loading, but in modelling it can be useful to idealize very stiff objects as rigid.
||(english) An idealization for analysis purposes of a real or conceived structure. A structural model includes boundaries limiting the scope of the analysis. Supports occur at these boundaries, representing things which hold the structure in place.
||(english) A support contributes to keeping a structure in place by restraining one or more degrees of freedom. In a structural model, supports represent boundary entities which are not included in the model itself, e.g., foundations, abutments, or the earth itself. For each restrained translation degree of freedom at a support, there is a corresponding reaction force; for each restrained rotation degree of freedom, there is a reaction moment.
||(Software Engineering) (1) the level of technical detail of some representation of software; (2) a cohesive model of data or an algorithmic procedureAction (also called Software engineering action) -
|Agile development (also referred to as agile process model) -
||(Software Engineering) an adapted version of software engineering that emphasizes customer communication, incremental software delivery, informal methods and work products, and highly motivated teams.
||(Software Engineering) a set of activities that attempt to understand and model customer needs and constraintsAnalysis methods -
|Basis set -
||(Software Engineering) the set of tests derived using basis path testingBehavioral modeling -