[Modeling] Social Modeling aspects
Dr. Hong Zhu
Dr. Hong Zhu" <email@example.com
Thu, 17 Apr 2003 09:50:59 +0800
Hi, Renato, and all,
I also feel that the outline might have covered too much. It is also very hard to draw a clear cut boundary between this modelling area and others. Would it be OK for this version of the document to focus on the organisational issues (i.e. the part 2), and to postpone the coverage of the contents of part 3 and 4 to later versions and/or to leave for other modelling areas?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Renato Levy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 16, 2003 4:09 AM
Subject: [Modeling] Social Modeling aspects
> >Hi, everybody,
> >Attached is an outline of the first document of the social aspect
> >modelling area. I will appreciate your comments. Could you please also
> >volunteer taking part in the writing of the document?
> >Thank you.
> >Best regards,
> I like your Modeling format, with just a few remarks (of course! 8^) )
> I'm concern of the broadness of the discussions on sections 3 and 4, since
> they are also and mostly discussed on Environment and Interaction modeling
> areas. It is important to defined their scope as to the extend that they
> impact the other areas but to not invade the modeling aspects to be defined
> in each of them.
> Your contribution on the other modeling areas is mostly appreciated but we
> have to keep the boundaries between modeling areas defined (or at least as
> well as we can, I know it is fuzzy)
> Renato Levy
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