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 The specification of requirements about individual things are given in the Gellish Modeling Method, part 4 – Creation of [[:Facility Information Models]]. The specification of such requirements for individual things include designs of particular individual objects. For example, requirements for a new facility or for a typical individual object, from which copies can be derived. Such designs are treated in Gellish as imaginary individual objects that are specified in the same way as materialized real world individual objects. The specification of requirements about individual things are given in the Gellish Modeling Method, part 4 – Creation of [[:Facility Information Models]]. The specification of such requirements for individual things include designs of particular individual objects. For example, requirements for a new facility or for a typical individual object, from which copies can be derived. Such designs are treated in Gellish as imaginary individual objects that are specified in the same way as materialized real world individual objects.
  
-**Requirements for kinds of things** are requirements that are generally applicable for any individual thing that is of that kind. Requirements for kinds of things are typically defined in standards and in best practice guides. Usually a design for an individual thing includes components that are specified by references to standardised ​requirements for kinds of things and to general requirements in national and international standards or in company specific standards. The modeling of this kinds of requirements is described in this Requirements Modeling part of the Gellish Modeling Method (part 3).+**Requirements for kinds of things** are requirements that are generally applicable for any individual thing that is of that kind. Requirements for kinds of things are typically defined in standards and in best practice guides. Usually a design for an individual thing includes components that are specified by references to standardized ​requirements for kinds of things and to general requirements in national and international standards or in company specific standards. The modeling of this kinds of requirements is described in this Requirements Modeling part of the Gellish Modeling Method (part 3).
  
 Examples of requirements that are covered by this part are: Examples of requirements that are covered by this part are:
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 Requirements Models may also include a specification of the kind of information that shall be delivered as a description of a delivered product and its operation and maintenance. Requirements Models may also include a specification of the kind of information that shall be delivered as a description of a delivered product and its operation and maintenance.
  
-The Gellish Modeling ​Method includes a procedure to create ​Requirements ​ModelsIt also includes guidance on how those requirements models can be used to support the creation of designs of individual objects and how those requirements models can be used to verify delivered designs of individual objects. The latter implies that requirements models can be used to verify the completeness and quality of a Facility Information Model.+Extensive guidance on the creation of Requirements Models is provided in the document ​Gellish Modeling ​Methodology,​ [[http://​shop.gellish.net/​shop.html?​page=shop.browse&​category_id=2|Part 3B - Specification of Requirements ​and Verification of Deliverables]]That document ​also includes guidance on how those requirements models can be used to support the creation of designs of individual objects and how those requirements models can be used to verify delivered designs of individual objects. The latter implies that requirements models can be used to verify the completeness and quality of a Facility Information Model or Building Information Model (BIM).
  
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