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 |  |[[Trusted Model Repository Pattern]]| |  |[[Trusted Model Repository Pattern]]|
 |  |[[Verification_&​_Validation_of_Models_Project_with_ASME_Stds_Cmtee]]| |  |[[Verification_&​_Validation_of_Models_Project_with_ASME_Stds_Cmtee]]|
-|**Maps to Frameworks, Schema, Tools**|//​There ​growing lists of architectural frameworks, reference architectures,​ ontologies, metamodels, and similar underlying semantic constructs, used as the basis for models of systems, automation tooling, product lines, and otherwise. Mapping the S*Metamodel to these provides an expanded means for understanding and using a given framework, schema, or tool. This includes making S*Models and S*Patterns tool agnostic, portable across modeling languages, and for supporting automated reasoning and more basic queries about models in different systems. //  |+|**Maps to Frameworks, Schema, Tools**|//​There ​are growing lists of architectural frameworks, reference architectures,​ ontologies, metamodels, and similar underlying semantic constructs, used as the basis for models of systems, automation tooling, product lines, and otherwise. Mapping the S*Metamodel to these provides an expanded means for understanding and using a given framework, schema, or tool. This includes making S*Models and S*Patterns tool agnostic, portable across modeling languages, and for supporting automated reasoning and more basic queries about models in different systems. //  |
 |  |[[Mappings to Frameworks, Schema, and Tools]]| |  |[[Mappings to Frameworks, Schema, and Tools]]|
 |  |[[Semantic Technologies]]| |  |[[Semantic Technologies]]|
 |**Domain Patterns**| //​S*Patterns are about recurring things within some general or narrow environment,​ referred to as a domain. The following illustrates S*Patterns across different application domains.// | |**Domain Patterns**| //​S*Patterns are about recurring things within some general or narrow environment,​ referred to as a domain. The following illustrates S*Patterns across different application domains.// |
 |  |[[General Land Vehicle Pattern]]| |  |[[General Land Vehicle Pattern]]|
 +|  |[[mbse:​patterns:​primary_flight_actuator_pattern_and_automated_verifcation]]|
 |  |[[Oil Filter Product Line Pattern]]| |  |[[Oil Filter Product Line Pattern]]|
 |  |[[Critical_Infrastructure_Protection_and_Recovery_Patterns_Project_with_CIPR_WG]]| |  |[[Critical_Infrastructure_Protection_and_Recovery_Patterns_Project_with_CIPR_WG]]|
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