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This is valid also if two models of the same level use the same term with different meanings. When it is not convenient to use different terms, the term use should be accompanied by the indication of the context to which it refers, that is, the model. On the contrary, it is possible and desirable that two different models in the same level may share the same term with the same meaning. The structure of the terminology of an information system appears to be composed by a matched group of terminologies, strictly corresponding to the structure of the models.

1 Polystochastic Models 31 Fig. 11 suggests that an integrative closure does not have to be seen as a final stage or a balance due to equilibrium, but rather as a process that can develop self-similar patterns. Nested structures may unify large systems. The initial frame offers a generic, four-fold, relational model whose elements are configured as a self-similar structure. This means that it can be re-scaled from the smallest to the largest or reversely without compromising its form. This has the advantage that it is a configuration that is shareable across different domains.

The third level n=2, that is the Information Resource Dictionary Definition, IRDD, contains the structure or in other words, the model of the IRDS and is in turn defined by the fourth level, n=3, the so-called Information Resource Dictionary Definition Schema, IRDDS, fixed by the standard. An application of the same principle is the four level structures proposed by the OMG (Fig. 9). For OMG the first layer refers to data, the second layer to subject matter models that is models of data, the third layer to statistical methodologies that is to meta-models and the fourth layer to methodologies that define methodologies that is to meta-meta-models.

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