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definition-Scalar-Constraint

Definition:

A Scalar-Constraint is some kind of limitation on the Delivered-Level of a defined Quantification-Scale.

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *468
English Master: Scalar-Constraint
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: none

Detailing

The following Scalar-Constraint types exist:
Tolerable-Limit/Must-Do Level/Worst-Acceptable-Case (*539 >>) ->>-?????
Failure Limit (*098, !) --!--
Failure-Range (*546, !!) ---!!!!!!-
Survival Limit (*440, [, ]) --[====]-
Survival-Range (*585, between & including square brackets Levels) [=====]
Tolerable-Limit (Crash Parameter, *602, •)
Intolerable-Range (*603, •••••) O••••••[
Safety-Factor *131 X


Illustrations


Illustration: none


Type

Constraint
Requirement
Scalar Levels


Examples

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Notes

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Keyed-Icons

[[Scalar-Constraint *468] [ and ] and >> (Fail), and others as per above list.


Drawn-Icons

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Constraint *218
Binary Constraint *467
Performance-Constraint *438
Budget-Constraint *421.
Must-Do Level (*539, >>) ->>-
Failure Limit (*098, !) --!--
Failure-Range (*546, !!) ---!!!!!!-
Survival Limit (*440, [, ]) --[====]-
Survival-Range (*585, between & including square brackets Levels) [=====]
Tolerable-Limit (Crash Parameter, *602, •)
Intolerable-Range (*603, •••••) O••••••[
Safety-Factor *131 X


History-of-Concept

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