mcs.ModelConceptStructured (MCS)

Cpt-created: {2017-09-27}

Description-of-MCS

Description::
ModelConceptStructured (MCS | structured-concept) is a-MODEL of a-human-concept[a] OUTSIDE of a-human-brain comprised of:
1) A-title: the-main-name of the-concept[a] and
2) A list of attributes: which are the related concepts of the-concept[a].
[HmnSgm.2017-11-12]

Name::
* cpt.ModelConceptStructured-(MCS),
* cpt.MCS,
* cpt.MCS-(ModelConceptStructured),
* cpt.Structured-concept,
* cpt.Structured-concept-(MCS),

NameEll::
* ενν.Δομημένη-έννοια,
* ενν.ΜΕΔ,
* ενν.Μοντέλο-δομημένης-έννοιας,
* ενν.ΜοντέλοΕννοιαΔομημένη-(ΜΕΔ),

Title-of-MCS

Description::
Title-of-MCS is the most used name of MCS.

Name::
* cpt.MCS'title,
* cpt.Title-of-MCS,

Attribute-of-MCS (MCS-att)

Description::
Attribute-of-MCS[a] is any MCS[b] related with MCS[a].

Name::
* cpt.Attribute-of-MCS,
* cpt.MCS'attribute,
* cpt.MCS-att,

MCS-att.SPECIFIC-CHAIN

Specific::
* Part-attribute,
* PartNo-attribute,
===
* Inheritedfrom-attribute,
* InheritedfromNo-attribute,
===
* Inheritedto-attribute,
* InheritedtoNo-attribute,
===
* Complement-attribute,
* Definition-attribute,
* Description-attribute,
* Dichotomous-division--attribute,
* Division-attribute,
* Environment-attribute,
* Generic-attribute,
* Generic-chain--attribute,
* Inheritedfrom-attribute,
* InheritedfromNo-attribute,
* Inheritedto-attribute,
* InheritedtoNo-attribute,
* Name-attribute,
* Part-attribute,
* PartNo-attribute,
* Partial-division--attribute,
* Specific-attribute,
* Specific-chain--attribute,
* Specific-division--attribute,
* Whole-attribute,
* Whole-chain--attribute,

MCS-att.DIVISION

Description::
Division--MCS-att is the-SET of attributes of the-MCS that make-up the-MCS (= same referent) divided on ONE attribute.
There-are no overlappings and no holes in the-attributes of the-division.
The-attributes of one-concept can-have many divisions.

Name::
* cpt.Attribute-division--of-MCS,
* cpt.Division--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.division,

Complement-of---division--MCS-att

Description::
In ONE division all the-other attributes of an-attribute[a] is the-complement of attribute[a] ON this division.

Name::
* cpt.Complement--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.complement,

MCS-att.division.SPECIFIC

Specific::
* Dichotomous-division,
* Partial-division,
* Specific-division,

MCS-att.division.DICHOTOMOUS

Description::
Dichotomous-division is a-division with 2 members, the-one that has the-attribute and the-other that has not.
It is the-simplest and clearest one.

Name::
* cpt.Dichotomous-division--MCS-att,
* cpt.Division.dichotomous--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.dichotomous-division,

MCS-att.PART (internal)

Description::
Part--MCS-att is an-attribute we view as internal|intrincic to MCS.

Name::
* cpt.ExternalNo--MCS-att,
* cpt.Internal--MCS-att,
* cpt.Intrinsic--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.externalNo,
* cpt.MCS-att.internal,
* cpt.MCS-att.internal,
* cpt.MCS-att.part,
* cpt.Part--MCS-att,

MCS-att.Description

Description::
Description--MCS-att is TEXT that identifies the-MCS informally.
The-definition identifies the-MCS formally.

Name::
* cpt.Description-MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.description,

MCS-att.Name

Description::
Name--MCS-att is any entity linguistic (word construct) or not we use to denote a-MCS.

Name::
* cpt.Name--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.name,

MCS-att.Definition

Description::
Definition--MCS-att is TEXT that UNIQUELY IDENTIFY the-MCS in a formal way.
In contrast, a-description identifies a-MCS in an informal way.

Name::
* cpt.Definition--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.definition,

MCS-att.Partial-division

Description::
Parital-division--MCS-att is a-division of the-part-attributes.

Name::
* cpt.Division.partial--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.partial-division,
* cpt.Partial-division--MCS-att,

MCS-att.PART.NO (external)

Description::
PartNo--MCS-att is the-complement of part-attributes.

Name::
* cpt.External--MCS-att,
* cpt.Extrinsic--MCS-att,
* cpt.IntrinsicNo--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.external,
* cpt.MCS-att.internalNo,
* cpt.MCS-att.partNo,
* cpt.PartNo--MCS-att,

MCS-att.WHOLE

Description::
Whole-att of MCS[a] is the-MCS[b] which has as part the-MCS[a].

Name::
* cpt.MCS-att.whole,
* cpt.Whole--MCS-att,

MCS-att.WHOLE-CHAIN

Description::
Whole-chain-of-MCS[a] is the-chain of whole-concepts of MCS[a] from parent-whole to most-whole-concept.

Name::
* cpt.MCS-att.whole-chain,
* cpt.whole-chain--MCS-att,

MCS-att.WHOLE.NO (Environment)

Description::
WholeNo--MCS-att is a-partNo-att which is not whole of this MCS.

Name::
* cpt.Environment-MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.Environment,
* cpt.MCS-att.wholeNo,
* cpt.wholeNo--MCS-att,

MCS-att.GENERIC

Description::
Generic--MCS[a]-att is another MCS[b] whose[b] attributes are and attributes of MCS[a] but not the-opposite.

Name::
* cpt.Generic-concept--of-MCS,
* cpt.Generic--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.generic,

MCS-att.GENERIC-CHAIN

Description::
Generic-chain-of-MCS[a] is the-chain of generic-concepts of MCS[a] from parent-generic to most-generic-concept.

Name::
* cpt.Generic-chain--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.generic-chain,

MCS-att.SPECIFIC

Description::
Specific--MCS[a]-att is another MCS[b] if the-attributes of MCS[a] are and attributes of MCS[b] and not the-opposite.

Name::
* cpt.Specific-concept--of-MCS,
* cpt.Specific--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.specific,

MCS-att.SPECIFIC-DIVISION

Description::
Specific-division-of-MCS[a] is the-set of specific-concepts of MCS[a] on THE-SAME-ATTRIBUTE.
A-generic-concept can-have MANY specific-divisions on DIFFERENT attributes.
For example, humans on 'tallness' are tall and tallNo.
The same humans on 'fatness' are fat and fatNo.
But it is a-mistake to say that humans are tall, tallNo and fat.
And this is the most common mistake in scientific-knowledge!
[HmnSgm.2017-11-15]

Name::
* cpt.Division.specific--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.specific-division,
* cpt.Specific-division--MCS-att,

MCS-att.SPECIFIC-CHAIN

Description::
Specific-chain-of-MCS[a] is the-chains of the-specific-concepts of MCS[a] from child-specifics to instance-specifics.

Name::
* cpt.Specific-chain--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.specific-chain,

MCS-att.INHERITEDFROM

Description::
Inheritedfrom--MCS[a]-att is an-attribute-of-MCS[a] which is AND attribute of a-generic-concept of it[a].

Name::
* cpt.Inheritedfrom--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.inheritedfrom,

MCS-att.INHERITEDFROM.NO

Description::
InheritedfromNo--MCS[a]-att is an-attribute-of-MCS[a] which is NOT AND attribute of a-generic-concept of it[a].

Name::
* cpt.InheritedfromNo--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.inheritedfromNo,

MCS-att.INHERITEDTO

Description::
Inheritedto--MCS[a]-att is an-attribute-of-MCS[a] which is AND attribute of a-specific-concept of it[a].

Name::
* cpt.Inheritedto--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.inheritedto,

MCS-att.INHERITEDTO.NO

Description::
InheritedtoNo--MCS[a]-att is an-attribute-of-MCS[a] which is NOT AND attribute of a-specific-concept of it[a].

Name::
* cpt.InheritedtoNo--MCS-att,
* cpt.MCS-att.inheritedtoNo,

Tool-of-MCS

Description::
MCS-tool is any computer-program we use to manage MCS.

Name::
* cpt.MCS'tool,
* cpt.Tool-of-MCS,

WHOLE-CHAIN--of-MCS

Whole::
* ModelInfoWorldSynagonism,
...
* Sympan,

Name::
* cpt.MCS'whole-chain,

MCS-system-of-MCS (MCSS)

Description::
MCS-system is related MCS organized in a-whole.

Name::
* cpt.MCS-system,
* cpt.MCSS,
* cpt.System-of-MCS,

Specific::
* Directory-MCSS,
* View-MCSS,
* World-MCSS,
* Base-MCSS,

MCSS.DIRECTORY (MCSD)

Description::
Directory-MCSS is a-MCSS that is-stored in a-computer-directory.

Name::
* cpt.Directory-MCSS,
* cpt.MCS-directory,
* cpt.MCSD,
* cpt.MCSS.directory,

MCSS.VIEW (MCSV)

Description::
MCS-view is any MCSS we communicate.

Name::
* cpt.Concept-model.MCS,
* cpt.Conceptual-model.MCS,
* cpt.MCS--concept-model,
* cpt.ModelConceptMcs,
* cpt.View-MCSS,
* cpt.MCS-view,
* cpt.MCSM,
* cpt.MCSS.view,
* cpt.MCSV,

Όνομα::
* ενν.Δομημένων-εννοιών--εννοιακό-μοντέλο,
* ενν.Εννοιακό-μοντέλο--δομημένων-εννοιών,

MCSS.WORLDVIEW (MCSW)

Description::
MCS-worldview is a-MCSS of an-entity (human, group-of-humans) with ALL their MCS-views.

Name::
* cpt.MCS-worldview,
* cpt.MCSS.worldview,
* cpt.MCSW,
* cpt.Worldview-MCSS,

Όνομα::
* ενν.Δομημένων-εννοιών--κοσμοθεώρηση,
* ενν.Κοσμοθεώρηση--δομημένων-εννοιών,

MCSS.BASE (MCSB)

Description::
MCS-base is a-MCSS with many MCS-worldviews.

Name::
* cpt.Base-MCSS,
* cpt.MCS-base,
* cpt.MCSB,
* cpt.MCSS.base,

ENVIRONMENT-of-MCS

Name::
* cpt.MCS'environment,

Specific::
* Human-concept,

Relation-to--human-concept--of-MCS

Description::
MCS is a-model of human-concept[a], not a-specific of it[a].
Then there-is a-one-to-one relation between a-MCS and a-human-concept.

Name::
* cpt.Human-concept'relation-to-MCS,
* cpt.MCS'relation-to--human-concept,
* cpt.Relation-of--human-concept--to-MCS,
* cpt.Relation-of-MCS-to--human-concept,

GENERIC-CHAIN--of-MCS

Generic::
* Model,
* Entity,

Name::
* cpt.MCS'generic-chain,

MCS.SPECIFIC-CHAIN

Name::
* cpt.MCS'specific-chain,
* cpt.MCS.specific,

Specific::
* HITP-MCS,
* FolioViews-MCS,

MCS.HITP (McsHitp)

Description::
HITP-MCS is a-MCS written with my HITP-web-language.
HITP represents title-content-tree-documents.
A-HITP-MCS has as TITLE its main-name and CONTENT an-ordered-list of its attributes which are also HITP-MCSs.

Name::
* cpt.HITP-MCS,
* cpt.HITP--structured-concept,
* cpt.MCS.HITP,
* cpt.McsHitp,
* cpt.ModelConceptStructuredHitp,
* cpt.Structured-concept.HITP,

WHOLE-of-McsHitp

Whole::
* McsWorldSynagonism,
* McsWorld-BASE,

McsHitp.SPECIFIC

Specific::
* File-McsHitp,
* FileNo-McsHitp,

McsHitp.FILE

Name::
* cpt.file-McsHitp,
* cpt.header-McsHitp,
* cpt.McsHitp.header,
* cpt.McsHitp.file,

McsHitp.FILE.NO

Name::
* cpt.fileNo-McsHitp,
* cpt.McsHitp.fileNo,

Specific::
* H1-McsHitp,
* H2-McsHitp,
* H3-McsHitp,
* H4-McsHitp,
* H5-McsHitp,
* H6-McsHitp,
* P-McsHitp,

MCS.EVOLUTING

Name::
* cpt.MCS.evoluting,

{time.2017-11-17}::
=== MCS-PUBLICATION:
I published the-MCS (this concept, McsHitp) in synagonism.net and github.

{time.1994-1995}::
=== Analytical-synthetical-definition:
I eliminated the vicious-cycles in my definitions with the use of analytical and synthetical definitions. We can define a concept ONLY in one way.

{time.1985}::
=== Hellenic Mathematical Society:
I suggested to distinguish in any math-concept its a)name, b)semasia, c)symbol, and d)graphics.

Meta-Info

This page was-visited times since {2017-11-17}

Page-path: synagonism.net / HITP / ModelWorldSynagonism / dirCor / ModelConceptStructured

SEARCH::
This page uses 'locator-names', names that when you find them, you find the-LOCATION of the-concept they denote.
LOCAL-SEARCH:
Type CTRL+F "cpt.words-of-concept's-name", to go to the-LOCATION of the-concept.
GLOBAL-SEARCH:
Clicking on the-green-TITLE of a-page you have access to the-global--locator-names of my-site.
A-preview of the-description of a-global-name makes reading fast.
Abbreviations have no description.

Footer::
• author: Kaseluris.Nikos.1959
• email:
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• twitter: @synagonism

Webpage-Versions::
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