Participatory modeling is an approach which is a branch of the general field of conceptual modeling. Its specialisation is aimed towards involvement of a large number of people.
Benefits obtained from this type of modeling is numerous, depending on the application area. In particular participatory modeling can give a high degree of ownership and motivation towards change for the people involved in the modeling process. There exists two major approaches which themselves provide highly different goals for the modeling; Continuous modeling and conference modeling.
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