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Specification-Type

Definition:

A spec Type is the declared or inherited (from supra Level specification) Class of specification

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Concept Number: *398
English Master: Specification-Type
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: none

Detailing

For example: Type: Product-Value-Requirement.


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Usage 1. It can be declared explicitly (Type: ), After the tag. It can be implicit (Tag: <Type>: <the spec>. ). See the example below for instances.

Usage 2. A spec Type can be declared at a higher Level of specification. For example:
Sub-Component X: Type: Requirements:
Reliability: Product-Value-Requirement: Headline…, Scale…, etc.
Navigation: Function-Requirement: the astronauts must be able to navigate manually.
Eavesdropping: Design-Constraint: eavesdropping must be enabled if local law dictates it.
Budget: Cost Requirement: Scale: Engineering Hours, Goal [To Release 1] 10,000.

Sub-Component Y: Type: Design. “Supra-Level: all below must be some Class of design”
D1: Component: ……..
D2: Process: …….
D3: Architecture: ………

Usage 3. A “Spec Type” can be given with any Planguage glossary-Defined-Term, and in addition with any term defined by you locally.


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This Concept entered by Neil White.

Created by system. Last Modification: Thursday 11 of July, 2019 20:34:54 CEST by Admin (Kai).
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