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By David C. Hay

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Your author's Model 54/33 computer could be a beige computer, as well as an IntelD1-based computer. " The primary attribute of PRODUCT CATEGORY is "description," while the main attributes of CLASSIFICATION are the effectivity dates ("effective date" and "until date"). So much for the distinction. Now for the grouping: Sometimes, in addition to discrete pieces of hardware, it is important to deal with powders and goo (that is, chemicals). The model just presented applies to them as well, since with them, we also must distinguish between the definition of a material (a MATERIAL TYPE) and examples of it (typically in INVENTORY somewhere).

5, where each ORGANIZATION may be composed of one or more other ORGANIZATIONS. Each ORGANIZATION, in turn, must be an example of one and only one ORGANIZATION TYPE,that defines (in data) if it is a "division," "group," or whatever. 4: One Model of Organizations. 4, but it has fewer components, and it leaves room for the company to define new groupings sometime in the future and encompass other organizations not considered before. * This generality is not without cost, however. 5. 4, a GROUP, DEPARTMENT, DIVISION, or COMPANY may not be part of itself.

Chapter Tvvelve,on the other hand, addresses the patterns within the patterns-the common model elements that recur in the patterns describing the'larger parts of an enterprise. The organization of product structure information, for example, is the same, no matter who needs it. Whether a manufacturer is describing what it puts into a product, a maintenance department is describing what is necessary to fix a piece of equipment, or a regulatory agency is describing what should not be in a food or medicine, the data structure for composition is the same.

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