Quality

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Quality

The adjective quality applies to objects and refers to the degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfills a set of requirements.

An object is any entity that is either conceivable or perceivable and an inherent characteristic is a feature that exists in an object. The quality of an object can be determined by comparing a set of inherent characteristics against a set of requirements. If those characteristics meet all requirements, high or excellent quality is achieved but if those characteristics do not meet all requirements, a low or poor level of quality is achieved. So the quality of an object depends on a set of characteristics and a set of requirements and how well the former complies with the latter.

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