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A '''module''' is a self-contained component of a [[system]], which has a well-defined [[Interface (computer science)|interface]] to the other components; something is '''modular''' if it includes or uses modules which can be interchanged as units without disassembly of the module. Design, manufacture, repair, etc. of the modules may be complex, but this is not relevant; once the module exists, it can easily be connected to or disconnected from the system.
 
A '''module''' is a self-contained component of a [[system]], which has a well-defined [[Interface (computer science)|interface]] to the other components; something is '''modular''' if it includes or uses modules which can be interchanged as units without disassembly of the module. Design, manufacture, repair, etc. of the modules may be complex, but this is not relevant; once the module exists, it can easily be connected to or disconnected from the system.
   
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*MCM ([[multi-chip module]]- an electronic part containing several sub-assemblies)
 
*MCM ([[multi-chip module]]- an electronic part containing several sub-assemblies)
   
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A module is a self-contained component of a system, which has a well-defined interface to the other components; something is modular if it includes or uses modules which can be interchanged as units without disassembly of the module. Design, manufacture, repair, etc. of the modules may be complex, but this is not relevant; once the module exists, it can easily be connected to or disconnected from the system.

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