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User-Defined-Term

Definition:

In Planguage, a User-Defined-Term is a definition of a term made by a Planguage user. It is not a Planguage-Term (like Scale or Goal), nor a customer-Tailored-Planguage-Term, such as a new Parameter, Parameter Synonym or grammatical variation.

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *530
English Master: User-Defined-Term
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: Planguage-User Defined-Term *530

Detailing

The Scope of a User-Defined-Term is “local,” it might apply within a specific definition, within a specific project or across an organization.

A User-Defined-Term has a tag that it is referred to by, and may be specified using “Defined” or “Defined As”, or by adding a tag to any expression, statement, or term.


Illustrations


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Type

Planguage-Concept


Examples

Address Change: Defined As: A change to an existing address.

MTBF: Scale: Mean Time Between Failure.

PB: Goal [[If Peace]: 20%.
User-Defined-Terms are Address Change, MTBF, PB, Failure and Peace. Address Change is an example of explicit definition. MTBF and PB are tags defined in the statements above. Failure and Peace are defined elsewhere.

Notes

A User-Defined-Term is not part of a Project-Language (also known as a “Specific Project Specification-Language” - a customized Planguage Specification-Language).


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• Planguage-Term *211
• Project-Language *247


History-of-Concept

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Created by system. Last Modification: Thursday 11 of July, 2019 21:06:12 CEST by Admin (Kai).
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