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This article shows multiple viewpoints with respect to aggregation levels, the concerns per viewpoint and the relevant entities per viewpoint. For every viewpoint heuristics are given for the level of granularity.
This article is to be used in the "Family Engineering Handbook", a collective effort of Philips Research employees to consolidate family engineering based experiences.
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