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id: essif-lab-glossary
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title: "eSSIF-Lab Glossary"
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This will generate a file in `./docs/glossary.md` where every term that has been
mentioned above, will be populated in the `glossary.md` page.
When the project is up and running, you can visit the glossary on the `/docs/essif-lab-glossary` page:
When the project is up and running, you can visit the glossary on the `/docs/essifLab-glossary` page:
<img alt="glossary-page" src={useBaseUrl('images/glossary-page.png')}/>
---
id: dictionary
title: "Concept: Dictionary (Scope: essifLabTerminology)"
id: glossary
title: "Glossary (Concept)"
scopeid: essifLabTerminology
type: concept
typeid: dictionary
hoverText: "an alphabetically sorted list of termsort) explanations, usually aimed to help people understand texts around a certain (set of) topic(s) in some context(s)."
typeid: glossary
hoverText: "an alphabetically sorted list of terms explanations, usually aimed to help people understand texts around a certain (set of) topic(s) in some context(s)."
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## Short Description
<!--REQUIRED--in 1-3 sentences that describe the concept to a layperson with reasonable accuracy.-->
A Dictionary is an alphabetically sorted list of terms and explanations, usually aimed to help people understand texts around a certain (set of) topic(s) in some context(s). However, a glossary may also be created for the purpose of being included in other glossaries (as a construction aid to such glossaries), or for still other purposes.
A glossary is an alphabetically sorted list of terms and explanations, usually aimed to help people understand texts around a certain (set of) topic(s) in some context(s). However, a glossary may also be created for the purpose of being included in other glossaries (as a construction aid to such glossaries), or for still other purposes.
## Purpose
<!--Describe why the concept is needed. What purposes does it serve? What can you do with it that you cannot do (as well) without it? What objectives does it help realize? Why is this conceptevant within its scope of definition?-->
A dictionary may serve various purposes, the most important one of which would be to help people understand texts around a certain (set of) topic(s) in some context(s).
A glossary may serve various purposes, the most important one of which would be to help people understand texts around a certain (set of) topic(s) in some context(s).
## Criteria
<!--REQUIRED--How is this concept different from related ideas? What are essential characteristics that must be true? This is where you specify the [intensional definition](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extensional_and_intensional_definitions) of the concept, i.e. the necessary and sufficient conditions for when the term should be used. This makes that the conceptomes crystal clear. In the case of nouns, this is equivalent to specifying the properties that an object needs to have in order to be counted as a referent of the term.-->
an alphabetical list of words with (short) explanations, that exists for the purpose of helping people to get a first understanding of the meaning of these words in at least one specific context.
an alphabetical list of words or phrases with (short) explanations, that exists for the purpose of helping people to get a first understanding of the meaning of each word in the scope/context for which the glossary is created.
## Examples
<!--This (optional) section contains examples, both of what satisfies the definition (and hence qualifies as an instance of Glossary), ans what does not. If you can think of examples for which the criterion may not (always) work, then describe them, too, and inform the reader why this hasn't affected the definition (yet) - e.g. because such cases are irrelevant to the scope within which the term is defined.-->
Examples include the [eSSIF-Lab Glossary](essif-lab-glossary), the [Sovrin Glossary](https://sovrin.org/library/glossary/), the [Glossary of Internet Terms](https://www.internetsociety.org/internet/glossary-internet-terms/), the glossary of the [NIST Computer Security Resource Center](https://csrc.nist.gov/glossary), 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.-->
- Dictionary - this is more extensive; it may include e.g. information on pronunciation, etymology, usage, example sentences,synonyms, etc. See [askdifference.com](https://www.askdifference.com/dictionary-vs-glossary/)
- Vocabulary - this is a body of words used in a particular language or field of expertise. A Glossary can (alphabetically) list such words.
- Dictionary - this is more extensive; it usually includes multiple meanings of words, and may include additional information e.g. on pronunciation, etymology, usage, example sentences,synonyms, etc. See [askdifference.com](https://www.askdifference.com/dictionary-vs-glossary/)
- Vocabulary - this is a body of words used in a particular language or field of expertise. A Glossary can provide the meaning of each word for use within the scope(s) for which the Glossary is created.
## Notes
<!--This (optional) section is the place to put anything for which there is no other good place to put it.-->
The [eSSIF-Lab Glossary](essif-lab-glossary) contains the words that are defined within the scope of the [eSSIF-Lab framework](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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title: "Pattern: Mental Models (Scope: essifLabTerminology)"
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id: essifLabTerminology-pattern-mental-model
id: pattern-mental-model
title: "Pattern: Mental Models (Scope: essifLabTerminology)"
scopeid: essifLabTerminology
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id: pattern-terminology-corpus
id: pattern-terminology
title: "Pattern: eSSIF-Lab Terminology Corpus"
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patternid: terminology-corpus
hoverText: "pattern-terminology-corups - hovertext"
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<!-- A pattern captures/describes a set of concepts, relations between them, and rules or constraints that (instances) thereof comply with. As such, it is a concise and possibly formal description of a coherent set of ideas, a mental model if you will, that can be used to facilitate one's thinking about/with these concepts.
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## Context
People use %%words and phrases (terms)|term%% to (tangibly) refer to the (intangible) %%ideas and thoughts (concepts)|concept%% they have, e.g. about what exists in the world, judgements they have, etc.<sup>[semantics]</sup> This mapping of terms and concepts, which we call '[semantics](wikipedia/semantics)', that is unique for each %%person or organization|party%%, enables them to reflect on their thoughts, and to convey such thoughts to others. Good communication however requires that the semantics of the communicating parties is sufficiently the same, so that the recipient of a communication will interpret it such that it means (sufficiently) the same to him as the communication means to its sender.
People use %%words and phrases (terms)|term%% to (tangibly) refer to the (intangible) %%ideas and thoughts (concepts)|concept%% they have, e.g. about what exists in the world, judgements they have, etc.<sup>[semantics]</sup> This mapping of terms and concepts, which we call '[semantics](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantics)', that is unique for each %%person or organization|party%%, enables them to reflect on their thoughts, and to convey such thoughts to others. Good communication however requires that the semantics of the communicating parties is sufficiently the same, so that the recipient of a communication will interpret it such that it means (sufficiently) the same to him as the communication means to its sender.
The Concepts and Terminology part of eSSIF-Lab aims helps eSSIF-Lab community participants understand one another at whatever level of precision they need. This chapter presents a number of aids we will develop/maintain to serve that purpose.
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