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 ====== Principle Language ====== ====== Principle Language ======
  
-----+===== Meaning 1 ===== 
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 +==== Alternative Terms ==== 
 +/*i.e. alternative names meaning the same thing*/ 
 +  *  
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 +==== Definition ==== 
 +A **principle language** is a [[principle catalog]] where each [[principle]] is linked to those other principles it is related to, such that the consideration of one principle automatically leads to other principles which are likely to be relevent in the same context and should thus also be considered. 
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 +==== Description ==== 
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 +==== Examples ==== 
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 +  * [[collections:​OOD Principle Language]] 
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 +==== Alternative Definitions ==== 
 +/*i.e. slightly different definitions for basically the same thing*/ 
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 +==== See Also ==== 
 +  * [[Principle]] 
 +  * [[Principle Collection]] 
 +  * [[Principle Description]] 
 +  * [[Principle Catalog]] 
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 +==== Further Reading ====
  
-**Definition**:​ //A **principle language** is a [[glossary:​principle catalog]] where each [[glossary:​principle]] is linked to those other principles it is related to, such that the consideration of one principle automatically leads to complementary and contrary principles as well as to generalizations and specializations of that principle.//​ 
  
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 +===== Other Meanings =====
 +/*i.e. the same term referring to something different; put short mentions here or better add more detailed descriptions as additional sections */
  
-In order to find a set of principles which is applicable to a certain design problem, one can start with one relevant principle and the principle language helps to find other related principles which fit into the demanded set. Complementary and contrary principles help finding further aspects to consider whereas generalizations and specializations may be used instead of a previously considered principle in order to find a level of abstraction that fits the problem better.+---- 
 +===== Discussion =====
  
 +Discuss this wiki article and the term on the corresponding [[talk:​glossary:​Principle Language|talk page]].
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