Thanks, Cort. I hope we get to see the revised draft to get a sense of how models evolve incrementally.
Something I find challenging is coming up with asymmetric verb phrases. Lahman provides paid by/hires in contrast to employed by/employs. Another example can be taken from Balcer, Mellor, page 90. I think Lahman would have used one association with is rented by/lives in and then realized the need for a second association (for the reasons stated in the related text). Above, I wonder if
drags surface of/wears down
applies force to/is closed by
drives/multiplies torque of
would be appropriate and useful. I tried to think of phrased more pertinent that mechanical connectivity. I don’t intend any criticism; just looking to expand on the simple example. Thoughts?
Thanks again, Dan