FRAME (Mental) 2)3)4)
A particular mental model, which has multiple components.
As a basis for his Global Design and Interpretive Structural Modeling methodologies J. WARFIELD describes these components: "Among the components… may be a model that defines the boundaries and dimensions of a situation (a "context" model), a model representing the organized information about hat situation (the "content" model) and a model representing a proposed way of changing hat situation (a "process" model) These components may be implicit or explicit, but hey are loosely integrated into a framework" (1989, p.27).
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