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    minimum or the smallest?

    Is the following correct?

    It is the minimum complete unit for storing infomation in long-time store of idea generation process model in conceptual design.

    How about:

    It is the smallest complete unit for long-term storing information of the idea generation process model in conceptual design.

    Thanks

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    Re: minimum or the smallest?

    Quote Originally Posted by fang2008 View Post
    Is the following correct?

    It is the minimum complete unit for storing infomation in long-time store of idea generation process model in conceptual design.

    How about:

    It is the smallest complete unit for long-term storing information of the idea generation process model in conceptual design.

    Thanks
    Fang Hi


    In this context, I would say that the smallest complete unit is correct.
    The minimum would normally refer, if you needed a minimum number of something to make up or into a unit.

    I hope that make sence, if not please come back and I will try to elaborate,
    Regards Stilo

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