Detaillierte Beschreibung ausgewählter Rahmenwerke

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Zusammenfassung

Bei der Interpretation der folgenden Beschreibungen sollten Sie die eigentliche Intention des jeweiligen Rahmenwerkes berücksichtigen. Wenn bspw. bei dem Merkmal zur Berücksichtigung physischer IS-Komponenten „nein“ eingetragen ist, so ist dies einem Rahmenwerk nicht unbedingt negativ anzulasten. Es existieren Rahmenwerke, die sich auf spezielle Aspekte eines IS konzentrieren und somit ggf. gar nicht die Ambition zur Berücksichtigung physischer IS-Komponenten haben.

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