Word of the Day – December 22, 2019

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Noun Any mathematical condition relating each argument (input value) to the corresponding output value. (used 2 times in citations and controls)
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Verb To represent an area on a graph or diagram; make a graphic or diagrammatic representation of an area. (used 0 times in citations and controls)
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Verb Plan, delineate, or arrange in detail. (used 2 times in citations and controls)
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Verb To diagram data that is to be exchanged electronically, including how it is to be used and what business management systems need it; a preliminary step for developing an applications link. (used 15 times in citations and controls)
  • Per ISO 704:2009 methodology
Verb To associate compliance requirements with each other by means of analyzing their concepts and assigning a relationship to the set. (used 3 times in citations and controls)
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