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Terminology Trap: The Model Based Enterprise

Terminology. Terminology. Terminology.

One of the base challenges that this industry faces is terminology. This space, software supporting engineering and development, is literally overrun with existing technology and concepts of how to use them. So when a software provider comes up with something new, something they don’t want the industry to see as merely an enhancement but a new-to-the-world offering, they put a new term on it and announce it with great fanfare. Or, as can often be the case, an existing ‘hot’ term is coopted to means something else. Ultimately, it can all be pretty confusing.

Now, let’s talk about Model-Based initiatives. Right now, they’re pretty popular. But is everyone talking about the same thing? Well… no really. You see, Model-Based can mean dramatically different things. In this post, we’ll take a deeper look at those definitions and how they differ.

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