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:'''Scope''' is an [[attribute]] of a [[variable]] or an [[assessment]] describing the research question (including the boundaries) that the object attempts to answer. In [[Open assessment | open assessment]] also an [[attribute]] of other [[Universal products | assessment product]] kinds. For a [[process]], the respective attribute is called [[purpose]].<section end=glossary />
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:'''Question''' answers this question: ''What is the research question that this [[object]] attempts to answer?
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It contains a description of the physical and abstract boundaries of the object. For [[assessment]] and [[variable]] objects, scope is an expression of what part of reality the object is intended to describe. Scope does not have a true counterpart in reality, it is always referential to the instrumental use purpose of the object it relates to. Question is an [[attribute]] of a [[variable]] or an [[assessment]] describing the research question (including the boundaries) that the object attempts to answer. In [[Open assessment | open assessment]] also an [[attribute]] of other [[Universal products |information objects]]. For a [[process]], the respective attribute is called [[purpose]].
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Question answers this question: What is the research question that this object attempts to answer?

It contains a description of the physical and abstract boundaries of the object. For assessment and variable objects, scope is an expression of what part of reality the object is intended to describe. Scope does not have a true counterpart in reality, it is always referential to the instrumental use purpose of the object it relates to. Question is an attribute of a variable or an assessment describing the research question (including the boundaries) that the object attempts to answer. In open assessment also an attribute of other information objects. For a process, the respective attribute is called purpose. <section end=glossary />