1. Type classifications can be explicit.
Type: Function. “Explicit specification of “Type.”
2. Type classifications can be implicit. Type can be implied by Content and Context.
Usability: Objective. “Implicit use of “Type.””
Requirements Section. “Implicit Type given by use in a heading.”
3. In this glossary, Type is used explicitly to state the categories of the Planguage-Concepts. A list of Planguage Types is given in Appendix
4. Type can be specified as a hierarchy.
5. A specific Specification-Type may demand certain Rules of specification are followed, or imply certain properties. For example, a “Performance” Type will always require a defined Quantification-Scale as it is Scalar, but “Design” will not, as it is Binary.
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