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NLP: modelling. Is there a limit to the number of models I could use?
Posted: 01 July 2014 05:14 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Joined  01-07-2014

Hi everyone!

I’m getting in to NLP modelling. To replicate excellence in any field, I understand the need to “find a genius”, as John Grinder says. And then, we could apply other techniques.

However, I’m really confused about one thing. To be an effective modeller of excellence, should I just stick to just ONE model?

For example, if I were ten years old and I wanted to be an elite tennis player, should I just model ONE great player. Or, could I have three, five, six….

I fear that using too many models might lessen the intensity of the process. Hypothetically speaking, let’s say that I have access to the world’s Top 5 female tennis players. So, should I just stick to modelling Serena? Or, should I use the time to model the Top 5?

I’m using tennis as an example as it is topical at the moment. (Wimbledon is in its 2nd week!).  This required skill could be anything from learning a new language, a new sport, negotiations, surgery, top level management, and so on.

I would love to hear from you on this topic.
I thank you in advice for your thought and ideas.

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