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definition-Attribute-Level-Icon-Point

Definition:

This is the exact point in space, in a diagram, which represents a given Attribute Level.

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *252
English Master: Attribute Level Icon Point
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: none

Detailing

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Illustrations

AttributeLevelIconPoint.png

Figure *252:
Example of use of Generic Attribute icons. The left-most “|” icon is the symbolic exact “0% of impact” Past point, our chosen Benchmark. The arrow symbol is itself a bit vague as to borders, even though Planguage specifies the tip of the arrow as the precise border. The “|” icon between Design A and Design B symbolizes the extent of Impact of Design A on this Attribute. The next “|” is the extent of Design B Impact. The final “|” is the exact extent of a Goal Requirement (our chosen Target), “100%” in Value-Decision terms. It helps symbolize that an “unknown design” might contribute more than the Goal Level Requirement for this Attribute.


Type

Graphic-Icon


Examples


Example:
O---- |~lt~-- >>|--------> The Past Level (~lt~-) and the Tolerable-Limit (->>) are embellished with the Generic-Attribute-Level-Icon (--|--), in order to emphasize the idea of the exact Level, graphically.

3. The icon can also be used to represent an Attribute Level reached by a Design-Idea.


Notes

•It is the Generic-Attribute-Level-Icon (--|--), and/or the tip of the outermost arrow, in target and Benchmark icons.

•If desired, the Generic-Attribute-Level-Icon can be used, in addition to arrow tips (->|), to make this point more intuitively clear to a reader of the diagram.


Keyed-Icons

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Drawn-Icons

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Generic-Attribute-Level-Icon


History-of-Concept

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This Concept entered by Diane O'Brien.

Created by system. Last Modification: Thursday 11 of July, 2019 13:40:27 CEST by Admin (Kai).
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