Definition of Terms
Database Management Systems in this context refers to a system that helps maintain an orderly and systematic way of record keeping.
Decomposition in this context is a process of breaking a complex practice into parts. Each of which represents some class or practice from other practices.
Derived class in this context is a type of class that inherits some of its characteristics from a base class of an assumed practice. It contains the specific properties of the class.
Development Program in this context refers to a learning process that allows a person to understand and enhance his/her knowledge, skills, and abilities to build discipline expertise, enhance personal growth, and/or contribute to organization development in meeting the needs of a given situation and/or adapting to the operational changes.
Dialectical process means processes which craft agreement out of disagreement. The disagreements often play an important role in identifying misunderstanding.
Disorder in this context is a condition that requires organization of patterns.