The Keyed-Icons “< >“ are used to explicitly mark any Fuzzy specifications.
Specification Concept, Keyed-Icon
Rationale: The Idea is to avoid forgetting to improve specifications, and to avoid misleading other people into thinking you have done your potential best, when you know better should be done, when you have time and information, in order to define specifications at the necessary Product-Value Level.
Goal [<Europe>, <2005>]: <66%>.
1. The obligation to mark dubious specifications with Fuzzy brackets is typically adopted as a Generic Specification-Rule.
2. In general a Fuzzy term or expression should be enclosed in <Fuzzy brackets>, but alternative notations (such as “??”) can also be used.
3. Fuzzy brackets are used in electronic templates to indicate something to be filled out, and usually to give a hint as to what should be filled out. Example above.
< Fuzzy term >
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