Anything business comes up with as a requirement might be considered canonical to our domain model.
Is the word canonical used correctly and what does this sentence actually mean? I think the sentence could be rewritten as:
Anything business comes up with as a requirement might be considered [inherently] / [automatically] / [implied to be] part of our domain model.
Does that make sense?
Edit: this sentence comes from the software engineering domain, but it is possible mathematics might covers the same meaning.
Edit2: I think a "canonical domain model" is an IT concept, but then I'm still in unsure of the meaning of canonical here.