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Where we are

We now have implemented a small model of the elements in our sample analysis process that we can use as the base for adding further details. Here is how it currently looks:


This model by itself does nothing. Each OOP program also needs some code that sets up the model elements and triggers their interactions. The benefit of having a model is that it can be re-used as long as it has the elements to describe the setup you want to simulate or analyze.

Exercise what we have learned with Task 9, Task 10, Task 11 and Task 12