The set of the model's "components
D. MEADOWS et al. thus describe in fact, the structure of a computer model. They comment: "… one should be careful to distinguish, when discussing a model, whether or not one is talking about the structure of the model or that of the real system" (Ibid).
… That is, if one is mentally prepared to perceive the difference.
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