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This standard defines the semantics and syntax of IDEF1X. It does so by defining the valid constructs of the language and specifying how they can be combined to form a valid model. IDEFIX takes the approach that an enterprise manages what it knows about (its knowledge). Such knowledge consists of awareness about enterprise-pertinent actions, facts, and the relationships among them. In order to maximize the utility of this knowledge, it must be codified in a manner that makes its interpretation consistent. Without this guidance, the knowledge is either not understood at all or, worse, misused to draw unsupported or inappropriate conclusions. The guide to the interpretation and use of the enterprise knowledge has three components: a) A grammar that dictates the kinds of actions, facts, and relationships that the enterprise is interested in recording, b) Operations that can be performed on/with this knowledge to produce usable information, and c) Rules about recorded knowledge that help the enterprise weed out conflicting statements and rules that govern the state changes that recorded knowledge can undergo.
||Information technology - Modeling Languages - Part 2: Syntax and Semantics for IDEF1X97 (IDEFobject)