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Model fragment definitionModel fragment definition Model fragment (in-active)Model fragment (in-active)
Model fragment (in-active due to in-active conditional model fragment)Model fragment (in-active due to in-active conditional model fragment) Incomplete model fragmentIncomplete model fragment
Incomplete model fragment (in-active)Incomplete model fragment (in-active) Incomplete model fragment (in-active due to in-active conditional model fragment)Incomplete model fragment (in-active due to in-active conditional model fragment)
Conditional model fragmentConditional model fragment Conditional model fragment hiding irrelevant knowledge (knowledge introduced in a different context)Conditional model fragment hiding irrelevant knowledge (knowledge introduced in a different context)
Conditional model fragment hiding relevant knowledge (knowledge introduced in this context)Conditional model fragment hiding relevant knowledge (knowledge introduced in this context) Imported model fragmentImported model fragment
Imported model fragment hiding irrelevant knowledge (knowledge introduced in a different context)Imported model fragment hiding irrelevant knowledge (knowledge introduced in a different context) Imported model fragment hiding relevant knowledge (knowledge introduced in this context)Imported model fragment hiding relevant knowledge (knowledge introduced in this context)
Model fragment imported from parentModel fragment imported from parent Model fragment imported from parent hiding irrelant knowledge (knowledge introduced in a different context)Model fragment imported from parent hiding irrelant knowledge (knowledge introduced in a different context)
Model fragment imported from parent hiding relevant knowledge (knowledge introduced in this context)Model fragment imported from parent hiding relevant knowledge (knowledge introduced in this context)