Business / Accounting / Accounting Model
Accounting Model: The basic accounting assumptions, concepts, principles, and procedures that determine the manner of recording, measuring, and reporting an entity's transactions.
Modelscope: Is a device employing a short rigid endoscope fitted with a right angle mirror at its tip, used to photograph scale models from a seemingly eye-level viewpoint
Modeling Light: Is a light used to create a three dimensional effect achieved through the perception of form and depth.
Modeling: Representing color and lighting effects to make an image appear three-dimensional.
Molecular Model: A representation of a molecule. The model can be purely computational or it can be an actual physical object. Stick models show bonds, ball-and-stick models show bonds and atoms, and spacefi . . . View Full Definition
Network Model HMO: An HMO that contracts with more than one group practice of physicians or specialty groups.
Price Change Accounting: Accounting for the value of assets, stock, raw materials etc. by their current market value instead of the more traditional Historic Cost .
Pie Model Of Capital Structure: A model of the debt-equity ratio of the firms, graphically depicted in slices of a pie that represent the value of the firm in the capital markets.
Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Model (PBPK Model): A computer model that describes what happens to a chemical in the body. This model describes how the chemical gets into the body, where it goes in the body, how it is changed by the body, an . . . View Full Definition
OSI Reference Model: (Open Systems Interconnect) A network communications software standard that consists of a seven layer structure of specified protocol and services.