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They consist of physical (hardware) or scaled (iconic) representations of actual systems. For example, in industrial location theory, there is the Varignon frame that makes use of weights and pulleys as a mechanical model to determine the optimal location for an industrialist pulled between various raw materials sources and markets. g. Aristotelian logic, differential calculus, FORTRAN). The essential feature of formal languages is that they consist of a set of abstract symbols assumed to be true without proof (axioms) and a set of rules of logical inference for combining those symbols (grammar, syntax) to generate new symbols and symbol strings (theorems).
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