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n. the process of putting something into action. The word is preferred to terms like execution, which have computing or machine-based connotations. Enaction thus involves guidance and support; it does not imply complete automation. Much of the literature on process modeling states that models should be enactable.

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March 2nd 2024




1. the sum of an individual’s innate characteristics.

2. more broadly, the basic psychological and physical makeup of an individual, due partly to heredity and partly to life experience and environmental factors. —constitutional adj.