Difference between revisions of "Category:Design Pattern"

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Abbreviation: DP
Definition: Design patterns are full logical models for which the meaning of data can be represented in a clinical information system (both in the user interface and in storage levels) with more than one split between the information model and the terminology model.
Reference Definition: Design patterns are full logical models for which the meaning of data can be represented in a clinical information system (both in the user interface and in storage levels) with more than one split between the information model and the terminology model. (IHTSDO)
Component of: Terminology Binding
See also: Isosemantic Model

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