Functional features of a technique
The functional features of a technique are the contributions to the goal of the technique by the actions or by the objects part of the procedure followed in the technique.
Houkes and Vermaas (2010) Technical Functions: On the Use and Design of Artefacts (Dordrecht: Springer).
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