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{$:Def_Name_EN} (definition)

Introduction to the notion

Source: Semantic Aspect Guide, § 2.4(a)

To guide the semantic aspect approach, several principles are called for including the abstraction principle.

This principle teaches you to “disregard” (abstraction) any non-conceptual element.

The objects and concepts at the heart of the activity are modeled for what they are, disregarding organizational or technical circumstances.

The “core of the business” is very stable. It changes only when the enterprise modifies its mission, its product or service offerings, or when external elements (legislation, regulations) force it to adapt. In the case of physical systems, the stability of the description is even more self-evident as we position ourselves on the concept plane, upstream of the solutions. It is therefore in our interest to protect this aspect from the introduction of decisions that are more likely to change.


Precept according to which objects and concepts have to be modeled as they are, regardless of the organizational and technical circumstances


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