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definition-Defined-Term

Definition:

“Definition” or “Defined As” is a Parameter that is used to define a tagged term.

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *151
English Master: Defined-Term
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: Term, Defined, Defined As

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Notes

1. The tagged term could then be re-used anywhere else within Scope, and would always have this precise definition.

2. Any tagged statement is, in practice, a definition of that tag, so the use of the “Defined” Parameter is to make it explicit that the statement is intended as a reusable definition.

Example:
The following are equivalent definitions of the term, Trained:

Trained: Defined As: At least 30 hours classroom, and “passed” practical exam.
Trained: At least 30 hours classroom, and “passed” practical examination.
Trained: Def: At least 30 hours classroom, and “passed” practical examination.
Trained: Definition: At least 30 hours classroom, and “passed” practical examination.
Trained = At least 30 hours classroom, and “passed” practical examination.


Examples:
Reliability:
Scale: Hours to <complete> defined [Task: Default = Most Complex Task].
Tolerable [USA]: 5 hours. “Most Complex Task is suitable Default for a Tolerable specification.”
Goal [Europe, End Next Year]: 10 hours.

Most Complex Task: Defined As: The Work task, which normally takes most employees longest clock time to Complete on average.


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“:” or “=“ “Whatever follows the icon symbol is a definition of the tag or Parameter to the left of the symbol. “=“ is less commonly used.”


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This Concept entered by Ashiq.

Created by system. Last Modification: Thursday 11 of July, 2019 17:52:59 CEST by Admin (Kai).
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