I need an adjective which means both "Specific" and "General" simultaneously!
As the explanation, the "adjective" is supposed to be used in scientific domain. The adjective would describes a "model" representing a group of data instances so that the model is:
1) "specific" enough to distinguish the group from other groups.
2) "general" enough to capture all shared commonalities of its included instances.
So, the model is a "??????" model!
As an example for the word that I mean:
Consider we have resume (list of abilities) of 5 people (call theme A-E) like this:
A,B:[Programming, Speaking Dutch Language, Playing Guitar]
C:[Programming, Team Working, Speaking Dutch Language]
E,F:[Team Working, Speaking Dutch Language].
The A, B and C form the group X together and C, D and E form another group, say Y. We want to find a ``specific'' list of abilities for group X which contain common abilities of its members. So, a "general" and "specific" list would contain "Programming" but not "Dutch Language". Since "Dutch language" although is a share ability among A,B and C, it is a share ability between the members group Y. The adjective that I need should describe the [Programming] as the list of abilities (as the model of) group X, which is just describe the group X (not other group) -specified- and also describe share property of its members -generalised-.
I hope this example would help!