Set of rules that determine the correct use of language.
Rule that determines the size, composition and other characteristics that an industrial object or product must have.
Square-shaped instrument to adjust wood, stones and other things.
Examples of norms
- Moral norms: they are personal and autonomous, that is to say, they are not imposed, but are governed by self-awareness.
- Social norms: they are those rules of society that indicate the way in which individuals should behave, which must be complied with by free will or otherwise generate a sanction.
- Religious norms: they are those that a certain religious group must follow, whatever it may be, they do not have legal sanction but are followed by internal and personal conviction.
- Legal norms: they are general rules dictated by the authority to regulate the legal conduct of the company.
- Rules of etiquette: these are the rules that society marks a certain social group to determine the appropriate behavior in a specific society, place and time.
- Rules of historical law: are those rights of the past that evolve to the point where they become rules of today.
- Technology standard: it is a specification that regulates processes and products to ensure their proper operation.
- Quality standard: it is a rule for the activities, which is intended to achieve an optimal degree of quality.
- Vector norm: it is an application in mathematics that somehow measures the size of vectors in a vector space.
- Euclidean norm: it is the characteristic that defines the Euclidean domains.