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Domain Value Redundancy

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Domain Value Redundancy - definition(s)

Domain value redundancy - A dysfunctional characteristic of an attribute or field in which the same fact of information is represented by more than one value. For example, unit of measure code having domain values of "doz," "dz," and "12" may all represent the fact that the unit of measure is "one dozen."

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Source: Larry English, External, 23-Jan-2009 12:50

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