Intra-value Redundancy

RAS Syndrome

n.

Pronunciation

/ˈɪntrə-ˈvælju rɪˈdʌndənsi/

Definition

The inclusion of multiple synonymous terms, specifically when an acronym is included in a phrase.

Intra-value Redundancy refers to the use of synonymous terms in the same phrase, often with one of the terms being included in an acronym. Examples include RF frequency, VIN number and ATM machine. Intra-value Redundancy should be avoided in technical writing, including schema labeling and values.

Category

Schema

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