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MethodA is a methodology, system, knowledge base, set of tools, and set of procedures and information for the computerization or information technology field, with capabilities and uses in additional fields. MethodA includes guides, study templates, work templates, presentations, diagrams, software, and various other information, both computer-based and printed. Copyright and right of use as defined below apply to all the above-mentioned contents. The terms "MethodA", "MethodA framework", and "MethodA methodology" are synonymous with one another and with the designation "the Product" below.
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