Commit 9dc75ab0 authored by Rieks Joosten's avatar Rieks Joosten Committed by fmerg

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The traditional tool for fostering common understanding is using glossaries, i.e. alphabetical lists of words relating to a specific subject, text, or dialect, with explanations; a brief dictionary ([OED](https://www.lexico.com/definition/glossary)). Examples include the [Sovrin Glossary](https://sovrin.org/library/glossary/) and the [NIST Glossary](https://csrc.nist.gov/glossary). Other initiatives attempt to provide more background, e.g. the [terminology for talking about privacy by data minimization](https://dud.inf.tu-dresden.de/literatur/Anon_Terminology_v0.34.pdf) by Pfitzmann and Hansen (2010), or the [EBSI Terminology (login required)](https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/display/EBP/EBSI+Terminology).
The eSSIF-Lab project will also develop a [Glossary](/docs/essifLab-glossary).
The eSSIF-Lab project will also develop a [Glossary](./essifLab-glossary).
However, since the use of such glossaries is limited to short explanations, we will also provide (a) mental model(s) that provide a more in-depth explanation of the concepts that underly the words listed in the [eSSIF-Lab Glossary](/docs/essifLab-glossary).
However, since the use of such glossaries is limited to short explanations, we will also provide (a) mental model(s) that provide a more in-depth explanation of the concepts that underly the words listed in the [eSSIF-Lab Glossary](./essifLab-glossary).
## Mental Models
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## Examples
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Examples include the [eSSIF-Lab Glossary](/docs/essifLab-glossary), the [Sovrin Glossary](https://sovrin.org/library/glossary/), the [Glossary of Internet Terms](https://www.internetsociety.org/internet/glossary-internet-terms/), and glossaries for Legal Terms, e.g. of the [US](https://www.uscourts.gov/glossary), [Singapore](https://www.supremecourt.gov.sg/services/self-help-services/glossary-of-terms), the [UK](https://www.copfs.gov.uk/involved-in-a-case/glossary-of-legal-terms).
Examples include the [eSSIF-Lab Glossary](../essifLab-glossary), the [Sovrin Glossary](https://sovrin.org/library/glossary/), the [Glossary of Internet Terms](https://www.internetsociety.org/internet/glossary-internet-terms/), and glossaries for Legal Terms, e.g. of the [US](https://www.uscourts.gov/glossary), [Singapore](https://www.supremecourt.gov.sg/services/self-help-services/glossary-of-terms), the [UK](https://www.copfs.gov.uk/involved-in-a-case/glossary-of-legal-terms).
## Related Concepts
<!--This (optional) section lists words/phrases that are encountered in other contexts that have the same or a sufficiently similar meaning as Glossary. In this section you may point out the (subtle) differences between Glossary and this related terminology. This helps readers better/deeper understand Glossary, and how it may be used to relate to existing texts. Ideally, such references are accompanied with links to (preferredly authoritative) sources.-->
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## Notes
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The [eSSIF-Lab Glossary](/docs/essifLab-glossary) contains the words that are defined within the scope of the [eSSIF-Lab framework](/docs/introduction).
The [eSSIF-Lab Glossary](../essifLab-glossary) contains the words that are defined within the scope of the [eSSIF-Lab framework](../introduction).
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Note that all the rules, processes and decisions must be part of the %%knowledge|knowledge%% of the party that runs the jurisdiction.
## Formalized model
Here is a visual representation of this pattern, using the following [notations and conventions](/docs/notations-and-conventions#pattern-diagram-notations):
Here is a visual representation of this pattern, using the following [notations and conventions](../notations-and-conventions#pattern-diagram-notations):
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alt="Conceptual model of the 'Jurisdiction' pattern"
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Finally, we note that a party `owns` %%objectives|objective%% that it seeks to fulfill or realize, and these are part of its knowledge. The relevance of this is that a large number of the decisions that parties make have to do with their managing their %%risks|risk%% (which [ISO 27000](https://www.iso.org/obp/ui#iso:std:iso-iec:27000:ed-4:v1:en)) defines as 'effect of uncertainty on objectives'), each of which is related to one or more of its objectives.
## Formalized model
Here is a visual representation of this pattern, using the following [notations and conventions](/docs/notations-and-conventions#pattern-diagram-notations):
Here is a visual representation of this pattern, using the following [notations and conventions](../notations-and-conventions#pattern-diagram-notations):
<img
alt="Conceptual model of the 'Party-Actor-Action' pattern"
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A **terminology** is a set of %%terms%% that are used by a group of %%parties|party%% to reason and communicate about some specific topic(s).
## Examples
- The set of words listed in the [eSSIF-Lab glossary](/docs/essifLab-glossary) are used within the eSSIF-Lab community for reasoning and communicating about topics that serve the [vision and purpose](/docs/vision-and-purpose) of the [eSSIF-Lab project](https://essif-lab.eu/). This constitutes the `eSSIF-Lab terminology`.
- The set of words listed in the [eSSIF-Lab glossary](../essifLab-glossary) are used within the eSSIF-Lab community for reasoning and communicating about topics that serve the [vision and purpose](../vision-and-purpose) of the [eSSIF-Lab project](https://essif-lab.eu/). This constitutes the `eSSIF-Lab terminology`.
- The set of words listed in the [Sovrin glossary](https://sovrin.org/library/glossary/) are used within the Sovrin Governance Framework and its Controlled Documents to understand the meaning of the terms that the authors intended to convey. Thus they comprise the `Sovrin terminology`.
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