definition-Incremental-Scale-Impact

Definition:

For a Scalar Requirement, this is the numeric Impact of a Design-Idea relative to the specified Baseline Level.

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *307
English Master: Incremental Scale Impact
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: Impact Incremental Percentage-Impact

Detailing

If there is a negative Impact, then the numeric value will be negative.

Scale-ImpactBaseline = Incremental-Scale-Impact

Numeric-Variable

Value-Decision

Examples

O---------~lt~____Increment X________~lt~|--------------->---------->
And
O----------~lt~!__Decrement Y____________~lt~------------------>----------->

Explanation:
1. the underline ___ represents the change from a defined Benchmark. It can be texted to explain what it is.

2. The <| symbol (“Increment Level”) represents a progress, from a defined Benchmark. I t can be annotated like this:

O----~lt~___________~lt~| [[Step3]------------>

3. the <! Symbol (“Decrement Level”) represents regression (bad direction compared to intent) related to a defined Benchmark. It can be annotated like this:

O----------[[French Connection]~lt~!__Decrement Y____________~lt~------------------>----------->

4. Both Levels are “Past” once noted. That is why the “<” symbol is used. The <| and <! Being modified Past symbols. The underline being the range *552

Notes

Note: Designs vary in their Impact, depending on previous circumstances. The incremental Impact is a Function of these circumstances. The Impact of a Design-Idea is not a constant, irrespective of the circumstances it is implemented in. Percentage-Impact is used to convey this in an Value-Decision-Table.

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Drawn-Icons

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Percentage-Impact
Scale-Impact
Progress
Regress

History-of-Concept

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This Concept entered by Diane O'Brien.

Created by system. Last Modification: Thursday 11 of July, 2019 18:39:00 CEST by Admin (Kai).