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late model

Especially regarding an automobile, of a relatively recent design or model. After I got my promotion, I decided to trade in my clunky old Volkswagen for a snazzy, late model sedan.
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be (a/the) model of

To be an ideal example or version of something. Julie is the model of academic excellence, so she will definitely be this year's valedictorian. He's a model of agility. You won't find a more athletic guy.
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model someone on someone

 and model something on something
to use something as a pattern for something; to use someone as a pattern for someone. I will model my house on the house we saw in the Mediterranean. She tried to model herself on her mother.
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model something in something

to make a model of something in a particular substance. She modeled the figure in clay. I modeled a bear in modeling clay.
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model on

To form, develop, or found something on the basis of something else: The architect modeled the plans for the new school on a beautiful old building.
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AIR engineers have taken these variations into account by developing separate damage functions for each modeled country and for different regions within countries, where appropriate.
Early on, the architectural development team saw the need to link their model to the larger Enterprise Architecture of NOAA -- also being developed and modeled using the Metis software.
Hierarchical SoC designs can be modeled by combining several SuperSim and other C-models into one cycle-accurate, synchronous multi-core simulation using the MaxSim(TM) environment.
Modeled resources include the instruction set architecture with memory and registers, Configurable Long Instruction Word (CLIW(TM)) extension, complete pipeline and all pins including the debug interface.
In March, Synopsys first issued a 90-day "Crack the Code, Win the Truck" challenge, offering a Humvee vehicle to the first entrant who was able to successfully recreate a modified DesignWare(R) 8051 microcontroller core modeled using VMC.
Using the PCMC, designers will find that it is easier for them to develop C models of software or testbenches to drive the hardware modeled in a simulator.
Views can be quickly modeled from existing base tables or can be reverse engineered from existing objects in a database to synchronize the model with the database.